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Vote Climate 2010

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9:03 am
August 11, 2010

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A big audience turned out tonight on a cold and rainy night in Canberra to hear the Labor Party and Greens Senate candidates speak on climate change. Apparently, Liberal Party Senator Gary Humphries was sick and so couldn't make it.

Candidates Senator Kate Lundy (Labor) and Lin Hatfield-Dodds (Greens) comprehensively explained their respective Party's climate change policy and action to date, and many members of the audience lined up to ask questions afterwards. There was even a question from the “elephant in the room” whose photo has been captured below for posterity.

This successful “Vote Climate” event was ably organised by Climate Action Canberra together with the Australia Institute, Canberra Environment and Sustainability Resource Centre, Conservation Council and SEE-Change.

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Above: Anne O'Brien, Climate Action Canberra, introducing the event

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Above: Senator Kate Lundy, Labor Party

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Above: Lin Hatfield-Dodds, Greens candidate

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Above – left to right during question time – Lin Hatfield-Dodds, Richard Denniss (MC for the event and Executive Director of the Australia Institute), and Kate Lundy

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Above: The “elephant in the room” wearing speedos (proudly presented by the Australian Youth Climate Coalition)

5:33 am
August 15, 2010



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Post edited 10:35 am – August 15, 2010 by OutandAbout

There were tons of people at the Get Up! ACT Senate Candidate Forum this afternoon. What a great turnout!

Kate Lundy (Labor), Lin Hatfield Dodds (Greens) and Gary Humphries (Liberal) all presented their parties' policies on mental health, refugee and climate change issues, and then answered questions.

Can you spot the elephant in the room in the audience below?

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Above left-to-right: Simon Sheikh from Get Up!, Senator Kate Lundy, MC Jessica, Lin Hatfields Dodds, and Senator Gary Humphries

9:31 pm
August 16, 2010



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Post edited 2:34 am – August 17, 2010 by admin

you can view video's from the vote climate event on youtube here:

Part 1: introductions & Candidates' Introductory statements (13 mins):
Part 2: Questions and answers (14 mins):
Part 3: Questions and answers (13 mins):
Part 4: Questions and answers (14 mins):
Part 5: Questions and answers (15 mins):
Part 6: Closing statements (14 mins):

12:50 am
August 18, 2010



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I just had a look at the Climate Institute website and they have a Pollute-o-Meter that assesses the climate change policies of each political party as Australia heads for the federal election this Saturday.

See the Pollute-o-Meter here

12:52 am
August 18, 2010



posts 456

The Australian Conservation Council has also prepared an election scorecard for the 2010 federal election and you can find it here.

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