It’s time for action on climate change in WA

It’s time for action on climate change in WA

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The McGowan Government has released a discussion paper on WA's future climate change strategy.

This paper makes commitments that will not be reached without immediate action to cut pollution now and prevent further expansion of climate damaging fossil fuel industries.

Every other State has committed to reducing carbon pollution. Businesses are taking action. Local governments and communities around the country are declaring a climate emergency.

It’s time for real action on climate change in Western Australia. 

Action on climate change has the potential to create a Clean State jobs boom, with thousands of new careers in new industries ...

The McGowan Government has released a discussion paper on WA's future climate change strategy.

This paper makes commitments that will not be reached without immediate action to cut pollution now and prevent further expansion of climate damaging fossil fuel industries.

Every other State has committed to reducing carbon pollution. Businesses are taking action. Local governments and communities around the country are declaring a climate emergency.

It’s time for real action on climate change in Western Australia. 

Action on climate change has the potential to create a Clean State jobs boom, with thousands of new careers in new industries like renewable energy, tree planting, carbon farming, and clean technology. But our incredible potential is being held back by WA’s biggest polluters in the oil and gas industry. 

Join us in calling on the WA Government to act on climate change.

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There are so many exciting opportunities for real action on climate change here in Western Australia, but policies, programs and investment are required to cut pollution and unlock our incredible Clean State potential. 

But now, our community has an important chance to have a say. The McGowan Government has promised to deliver a new climate change policy and has released an issues paper inviting comment from members of the public.

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