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Rise Up! Fraser / Maribyrnong and Brimbank

🔥🌊 Across the continent, our communities have faced a summer of devastating climate impacts, from devastating cyclones and floods to sweltering heat waves. Yet fossil fuel companies are fuelling the flames of the crisis, pushing ahead with risky coal and gas.

And, despite being elected in a historic wave of support for climate action, the Albanese government has fundamentally failed in the number one test of climate leadership: saying NO to more coal and gas projects.

 Fraser electorate - Maribyrnong & Brimbank residents will you Rise Up?

On Fri 10 May 3.45pm-4.15pm, join us outside Daniel Mulino MP’s office Shop 1 25–27 Clarke Street Sunshine to say: 📣Labor: keep us safe – no more coal and gas! 📣

🥳🌏 This will be a FAMILY FRIENDLY, peaceful and colourful event. We will gather with our banners and flags and take some photos, do some chalk drawing and messages about the future we want for our kids and deliver a letter.

You can bring signs, banners, chalk or just come as you are! 🌿🥳🌏

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With an upcoming Federal Budget deciding what gets funding, and a looming deadline for Labor to fix our environment laws so they consider the impacts of climate change, right now is a crucial moment to rise up and make our demands loud and clear: ❌ no approvals or handouts for coal and gas ❌

Part of Move Beyond Coal and's "Rise Up 12 days of action" national campaign

Getting there:
🚲 Bike parking right out front
🚊2 mins walk to Sunshine Train Station
🚙 Car park opposite office, enter via Withers St
May 10, 2024 at 3:45pm - 4:30pm
Timezone: Melbourne
Daniel Mulino MP's office
25 Clarke St
Sunshine, VIC 3020
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Will you come?

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.