Australian climate action summit 2010

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Mark Ogge from Beyond Zero Emissions
Mark Ogge from Beyond Zero Emissions
Bernard Keane from Crikey
Bernard Keane from Crikey
Senator Christine Milne
Senator Christine Milne
Professor David Karoly
Professor David Karoly
Phillip Sutton from the Climate Emergency Network
Phillip Sutton from the Climate Emergency Network
Clive Spash
Clive Spash
Damien Lawson from the Climate Action Centre
Damien Lawson from the Climate Action Centre

Three hundred climate advocates from across the country participated in their national climate summit in Canberra from 13 March to 15 March 2010.

Delegates to the summit represented a range of climate groups from every state and territory, and joined with officials from union, religious, and community organisations at Australian National University.

The three day national climate summit mapped out a strategy for the election including a focus on key marginal seats, particularly Green - Labor swing seats, and extensive door knocking and voter engagement.

The summit reaffirmed the climate movement's opposition to the government's trading scheme and set out key policy asks on clean renewable energy, green jobs and the need for an immediate carbon levy.

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Senator Christine Milne - plenary part 1

Senator Christine Milne - plenary part 1

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