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Explainer: Why is 350 targeting PwC?

By Rhiannon Hardwick

PwC, formerly known as Pricewaterhouse Coopers, has a strong reputation as being Australia’s number one professional services firm to work for and claims to be a leader in sustainability.

As stated on their website: In 2008,

Wanted! Volunteer Climate Action Champions

By Celine Lai


There is now, more than ever, a pressing need for people to step up and take action to restore our climate.  You can help.  Please refer people, who are concerned about fires or our climate, to …

SNAP ACTION at Nev’s Breakfast next Friday

On Friday 21st August, Neville Power, Chairman of the NCCC will be in Perth spruiking his vision of a gas filled future at an exclusive business breakfast at Perth Convention Center. We are joining forces with School Strikes for …

Unfudge Our Future

As the Federal Government works on Australia’s recovery plan we have a huge opportunity to make our voices heard and call on our leaders to reimagine how we grow out of this challenging time. The only sustainable way forward is …

Support the Australian Bushfire and Climate Plan

“The Federal Government must urgently address climate change, and rapidly phase out the burning of coal, oil and gas which is driving more dangerous fires,” said Mr Greg Mullins, former commissioner of Fire and Rescue NSW.

Over June and July …

PwC Must Quit Minerals Council

By Rhiannon Hardwick


350 Australia’s national week of action kicked off on Monday the 10th of August, with human billboards outside PwC’s head office in Brisbane asking the company to wash its hands of the coal lobby.


After …

COVID-19 response must address climate change

By Celine Lai

On 8 April 2020 the Australian Senate established a Select Committee to enquire into the Government’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Individuals and organisations were invited to make written submissions before the end of May. Many of …

Energy efficient living

By Joan Day


Recently, I watched two videos from the City of Stirling produced to educate the ratepayers and residents in lieu of personal workshops during the Covid isolation. One video was about why we should install solar PV …

Fossil Fuels Subsidised?

By Greg Hocking

Queensland Nationals Senator Matt Canavan recently denied that the government subsidises Australia’s fossil fuel industry.

However, Jeremy Moss, Professor of Political Philosophy at the University of New South Wales, has debunked that claim in The Conversation and …