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Climate Conversations


One of the most important things you can do about climate change is to talk about it.

We know the majority of Australians are concerned about climate change, but this doesn’t always translate into action. People trust their peers, family members and loved ones more than they trust experts, scientists and environmental organisations. 

You are more likely to open people’s minds. Conversations, particularly those based on shared values, lead to greater awareness and concern; and help lead people to action on climate.

This webinar provides some great tips to give you the confidence to start a discussion and get you started. You can help your community normalise conversations about climate change, and what climate action means.

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Parents for Climate meet and work on the lands of Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander people and respect that sovereignty of those lands was never ceded. We pay respect to Elders, past and present and emerging, and acknowledge the pivotal role that Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander people continue to play within the Australian community.