CMCF cordially invites you and your Organisation’s members to an interactive Community Forum on ACT’s next Climate Change Strategy. CMCF has organised this forum to know your thoughts and concerns on emissions target, as it has serious implications on your daily actions and a practical family budget. Your feedback on what this pathway to emissions target and interim targets should be, as well as whether net zero emission should be met by 2045 (or earlier) will be absolutely important.

So, come along with your friends and neighbours to know more about this new government strategy. We would love to hear your views/ ideas, and do raise your concerns. Mr Shane Rattenbury MLA, Minister for Climate Change and Sustainability, will be present at the Forum to answer any questions from the audience.

  •  Date:  Tuesday 17 April 2018
  • Time: 6pm for a start at 6.30pm to 8pm
  • Where:  Theo Notaras Multicultural Centre, Function Room, Level 2 180 London Circuit, Canberra City
  • Cost:  Free event
  • Tea/Coffee and refreshments will be provided.

Why you should attend

Your participation to this Forum is very important as the ACT Government’s next climate change strategy will significantly affect your daily life. The ways you use energy at home such as water, gas and electricity. To reduce the adverse impacts of ongoing climate changes, the ACT Government has committed to a target of net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050. This is a part of its commitment to the global effort to limit global warming to two degrees.

For your information, the link to the ACT Government’s community consultation strategy: including the discussion paper and additional supporting materials/reports.

Please feel free to circulate this forum information to interested people in your network.

For more information please contact CMCF secretary on  or call 0413 922 184

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