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Together we're cutting the flow of money to new gas projects and undermining the social license of the industry.

Across the continent, activists are working together to shift financial institutions away from oil & gas so we can stop massive gas basins that threaten our climate and communities.

We know that tax-dodging gas companies have too much power over our politicians, and our community events, so we're also fighting end partnerships with fossil gas companies on arts and sports events, and shifting the gas industry's narrative that their toxic product has any role in the transition to renewable energy.

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Zenadth Kes (the Torres Strait Islands & surrounding seas) is home to Traditional Owners who have lived with a deep connection to land, sea, sky and culture for over 60,000 years.

Right now, Torres Strait Islanders are on the frontlines of the climate crisis and urgent action is needed to ensure they can remain on their homelands. Advancing seas are already threatening homes, as well as damaging fresh water supplies, crops, burial grounds and sacred cultural sites.

Our Islands Our Home is a campaign led by Torres Strait Islanders to protect their island homes.

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The number 350 means climate safety: to preserve a liveable planet, scientists tell us we must reduce the amount of CO2 in the atmosphere from its current level of 415 parts per million to below 350 ppm.

We believe that a global grassroots movement can hold our leaders accountable to the realities of science and the principles of justice. The movement is rising from the ground up all over the world and is uniting to create the solutions that will create a better future for all. Australia is a not-for-profit project helping build this movement from our corner of the globe.

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Electrify Your Councils Council Tracker

Blue Mountains City Council On 26 September 2023, Blue Mountains passed a motion to begin the process of changing its planning laws to require all-electric, gas-free new homes and businesses. The motion was carried with the support of the Greens and ALP councillors. The motion was in response to 350’s advocacy with the local government sector during 2023.

Bad Romance: Coal, gas, and oil sponsorship in the Australian arts industry.

New report for the first time quantifies the “bad romance” between arts and fossil fuels Artists and climate activists are calling for an end to the “bad romance” between arts organisations and gas companies, as a new report from Swinburne University of Technology researchers, launching on Thursday August 10, for the first time quantifies fossil fuel company partnerships with the arts. The report, Bad Romance: Coal, gas, and oil sponsorship in the Australian arts industry, was commissioned by climate activist group 350 Australia and finds:
  • The number of partnerships with fossil fuel related organisations in the arts sector has been decreasing in recent years, often in response to community demands.

Australians want an end to coal & gas approvals and urgent fixing of our environmental laws

Polling commissioned by 350 Australia and Move Beyond Coal has found that Australians are on the side of common sense and science – they want our Environment Minister to stop approving coal and gas mines, and fix our climate laws with the urgency this crisis requires. National polling shows that the overwhelming majority of Australian voters want climate change to be taken into account in Australia’s national environmental laws.

171 new fracking wells approved by Labor

In outrageous news, last week Environment Minister Tanya Plibersek approved 171 new fracking wells in Queensland for Santos and Arrow Energy.1,2 And Chris Bowen is refusing to rule out new coal and gas as part of updating the Abbott-era Safeguard Mechanism that is meant to reduce emissions.3 This from a government who were elected with a mandate to act on climate with the urgency it deserves – it is clear that it’s going to take a loud, people powered movement to shift Labor on fossil fuels, but we need your help to make that possible.

The Morrison Government legacy gas handouts

The Morrison Government legacy gas handouts In early 2020 the Morrison Government stacked their “covid-recovery commission” with gas executives who advised them to subsidise the gas industry. So we started tracking how much money Angus Taylor and the Morrison Government were promising to polluting gas projects.  What we found  Between 2020 and 2022 the Morrison Government made 25 commitments subsidising the gas industry totalling over $2 billion dollars. 

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