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About Mik Aidt

Mik Aidt is a Danish journalist, musician and climate action campaigner based in Australia

Movement-wide climate petition collaboration

• Get wider exposure for your own petitions: add them to the list Whenever you launch a new petition or ready-to-send email campaign, add it to the embeddable list here: www.climatesafety.info/newpetition • Help other climate groups reach more people: embed the list on your website Copy and paste an iframe code into your own website

Which way forward for the climate movement?

Write-up of the Climate Forum which was held on 17 February 2016 in Melbourne: Which way forward for the climate movement? Green Left Weekly hosted a forum on 17 February 2016, entitled: ‘After the Paris Climate Talks: Which way forward for the climate movement?’, with three speakers: • John Englart - citizen journalist, observer at

Invitation to the Geelong Act on Climate Festival

Build a better, safer, future for all The Geelong Act on Climate Festival official program has been released! This year between 20th and 23rd November, Geelong is hosting a community festival to empower people with ways they can act on climate change. The event will showcase positive solutions that encourage our community to Act on

Events leading up to the UN Summit in Paris

UPCOMING EVENTS 28-29 October: The Australian Climate Security Panel (Canberra) Australia and its neighbours are on the frontline of climate change. Soaring temperatures, rising sea levels and increases in extreme weather events will play a role in raising the risk of conflict, increasing the displacement of people and worsening the extent of destruction caused by

‘Striking Targets’ – a strategy paper

How can we enable societies to rise to the climate challenge as it confronts us in 2015? Philip Sutton’s recently published paper 'Striking Targets' – Matching climate goals with climate reality addresses the scale and speed of change needed, at the 11th hour, to provide the maximum possible protection for the world's people, species and ecosystems.

Peoples Climate March in November

On the last weekend of November, will you help create the biggest climate march the world has ever seen? As our world leaders meet in Paris for the United Nations climate summit, COP21, we will gather in Australian cities and walk alongside millions of people in hundreds of major cities around the world. By coming

Pre-election newsletter late-November 2014

      Victorian Climate Action Network  NEWS     Late-November 2014 Victorian election countdown – two days to go Great effort everyone! Between us we have had thousands of conversations, collected thousands of pledges and tens of thousands of climate petition signatures, run dozens of forums and hundreds of street stalls, distributed hundreds of house signs and

Newsletter early-November 2014

Will Victorians see climate as one of the decisive issues in this election? Victorian election countdown – 22 days to goCome to an election forum. Come to several! It’s a great opportunity to ask the important questions, push for commitments and show that we care. Sunday 9 November – Portland Candidates Forum (Premier Napthine's seat). Fawthrop