Monday, October 30, 2006

International Day of Action on Climate Change

4 Nov – International Day of Action on Climate Change

Taking action on climate change is no longer a choice; it is a necessity if we want to continue living on this planet beyond the next decade. Join others in a peaceful walk urging your government to take action now. This day of climate action coincides with UN talks and rallies all around the world.


Howard Government 'frozen in time'
October 30, 2006 10:42am
- Reuters, AFP, AAP

"THE Government has been urged again to act on climate change on the eve of the release of a ground-breaking report that says a failure to act will devastate the environment and damage the world economy...

Labor's environment spokesman Anthony Albanese said the report concluded that early action would be far cheaper than waiting until the full effects of climate change were felt.

Mr Albanese said Australia must immediately ratify the Kyoto Protocol, introduce a national emissions trading scheme, increase the renewable energy target and reassess transport systems and building sustainable cities.

"Climate change is the greatest challenge facing not just Australia but the global community, and we have a government that refuses to take action," he said.

"The Howard Government is frozen in time while the globe warms around it.

"It is just an absolute abrogation of responsibility that they have."

Read full article here:,23599,20668082-421,00.html

1 comment:

  1. Hi Dana,

    Well done for mentioning that. Talk is cheap and actions speaks. Your blog does incite people to do good deeds for this planet which, after all, is what we shall leave cleaner than now to our kids and grandkids.
    They will judge us on the merits of what we did to make a difference or not!

    By the way, your site is a tribute of how we can shine in this world with compassion and integrity: c'est merveillleux!