Climate change is making natural disasters like fires, floods, heatwaves, cyclones and drought more frequent and more extreme.
These disasters are costing our community billions of dollars every year, and the costs will keep increasing unless emissions are cut.
It’s time for the fossil fuel polluters who are responsible for the climate crisis to start footing some of the bill for cleaning it up.
Join us in demanding that fossil fuel producers pay a climate disaster levy to help equip our emergency services and prepare our cities and towns.
To Scott Morrison,
Climate change is already increasing the intensity and frequency of many extreme weather events like fires, floods, heatwaves, cyclones and droughts.
The impacts of climate disasters on people, property, communities and the environment are immense and estimated to cost Australians around $13 billion per year.
We urge you to demand that fossil fuel producers pay a climate disaster levy to help equip our emergency services and prepare our cities and towns.
As Australia and California continue to battle devastating bushfires, we are working together to achieve real climate action and fast.
You have the opportunity to join our cross-continental Greenpeace webinar and be part of our campaign! Express your interest to attend today and we will be in touch with details of the webinar once they are confirmed.
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