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👫'Little People, Big Voices'🎵 - kid friendly climate action for Global #ClimateStrike

**👫All Welcome!👫**

Young kids, parents, grandparents and supporters will come together on the steps of Parliament in SA to show their support for #ClimateActionNow for the health, safety and future prosperity for all Australian families.
This Global #ClimateStrike will occur ~8 weeks before the Federal election; an important time to show our local Federal candidates that climate action is very important to SA families!

We will gently and *hope*-fully call for climate action in a kid-friendly way by:
💛 dressing with some yellow (the #CAN colour),
🖼 showing our handmade posters and #ClimateActionNow posters for a group photo on the steps,
👂 listening to a short speech from a school student, and
🎵 performing a very simple dance to the Peter Combe #climateaction song "Sun Comes Up" (no experience necessary, we will lead you on the day!)

We will take 📸photos and 🎥video of our kid-focussed action to share with candidates and our community and let them know that we want them all to 'raise their ambitions for climate action!' 👫

We will begin our action at 10:00am and head down to Elder Park Rotunda once we're finished for a byo Picnic and Play! (around 10:30ish)

There won't be a march in Adelaide this year, but the SS4C crew have organised an evening event (see here for details:

All adults are encouraged to wear N95/cloth masks, and children may wear masks too if they wish.

Please feel free to ask any questions ([email protected]) 🤗

Hope to see you on March 25 as we support young people calling for #ClimateActionNow 👫🌏💛

Ps. Please consider joining our SA Parents for Climate Action Facebook group ( to stay up-to-date with plans for the action. 

March 25, 2022 at 9:45am - 10:45am
Timezone: Adelaide
Parliament House steps
North Terrace
Adelaide, SA 5000
Google map and directions
Andrea Louise ·

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.