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Join the Solar Our Learning signup challenge!

Can you help us show the government there’s growing public demand for clean energy upgrades for schools and early childhood centres?

Our past campaigning has led to $71 million in funding across multiple states for clean energy upgrades for state schools. However, most schools still lack rooftop solar, and even those that have it don’t have enough to meet their energy needs.

And there is still no targeted support at any level of government for clean energy upgrades for the early childhood sector - for preschools, kindergartens and long day care services.

Can you help get more parents to sign our open letter to state and federal governments?

Parents like you have always been the powerhouse of our organisation's achievements. And with your help we can show the government there’s unstoppable demand for these reforms.

To help supercharge the Solar our Learning campaign (and get some sweet swag)

  1. Click on the open letter link to get your personalised sharing links! (If you can’t see them, you’ll need to sign the open letter yourself first.)

  2. Use those links to share the open letter on the platform of your choice, and our leaderboard will track how many people you’ve gotten to sign up

  3. For every ten signatures you get by Budget night, we’ll send you a Parents for Climate sticker. Or if you’re more ambitious, for every hundred, we’ll send you a t-shirt!

The stickers will be high-quality vinyl prints, tough enough to use a bumper sticker on a car or bike, but equally attractive elsewhere. 

And Parents for Climate t-shirts in particular are highly prized. Look how excited these two young people are to have one!

Seriously though, too many schools and early childhood centres are missing out on the benefits of bill-busting clean energy installations.

We know that solar and batteries for all schools and childcare centres can save money, employ thousands of people, and cut climate pollution - it’s a win-win-win.

If the federal government steps up and makes a sufficient commitment to this project, it will be a step towards Australia’s largest clean energy proposal, benefiting every community in the country.

But they need to hear demand loud and clear from the community, and that that demand is growing and can't be ignored.

Click here if you can help! 

Thanks for all that you do,


Michael Pulsford
Parents for Climate Campaigns Manager

* Solar Our Learning: Saving millions for the early learning sector

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