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Online room 2's Personal Meeting Room - Shared screen with speaker view
Judy
52:07
wonderng if it's ok to arrange a strike on the Mornington peninsula or best to get to melbourne
Fiona Conolly ACT
52:27
Are they happening globally? I won’t be here, but could look for a strike in Spain?
JenM
53:05
I'm keen to do what I can
Lou
53:13
need a strong message we want climate action
Tracey Hamilton
53:14
Global message
Kinga Bisits
53:17
I have been calling it a General strike and think its important to get a diverse set of people to them...
Cath
53:17
We need to cross age barriers for effective change to happen.
Fiona Conolly ACT
53:17
Action,
Judy
53:19
people power for our planet
Jill Thompson
53:19
The more people act the better
Leigh Costin
53:20
To involve the people most impacted
Alex
53:21
We just really need to deal with climate change!
Lynette Sinclair
53:24
To help climate actions get bigger and better
Lucia
53:27
world health and safety
Fiona Conolly ACT
53:28
Make a big noise
Tracey Hamilton
53:32
WIll be biggest yet
Paul Beard
53:34
Political inaction is frustrating
shirleylewis
53:36
bringing in Grandparents + Elders to support
nonimcdevitt
53:37
action is more urgent than ever
Cath
53:38
There is a lot of ageism in the community
Mahesh
53:42
Protect the future
Jan Fremantle WA
53:44
Climate change is important for all ages, but it is important to support our young people today....
Mark Rohde SA
53:45
a time for the whole community to rise up
Cath
53:47
The climate is important
Angela in WA
53:52
we need to let the government that we are serious about mitigation action action for climate change
Fiona Conolly ACT
53:53
highlighting how out of touch our government is
Nigel
53:54
support the people who will live through what we are causing.
Michael WA
53:55
raise awareness of the peremanent cdevasting evironmental damage
michael
53:55
are important because of official levels of global heating denial and reluctance to take real action and helping rather than exploiting biosphere
Cath
54:01
Children are louder
Stewart Millar
54:05
now before its too late
Malcolm Robins Castlemaine Vic
54:08
I'm in this for my grandchildren
Cath
54:10
We can provide back up
kara
54:10
its so important 4 my daughter to have a planet to grow up on. shes 11
JenM
54:27
Yes, a mix of age groups is the way. The lead by school ppl is priceless, tho'
adrianadoherty
54:42
Send a loud message to the government
Michael WA
54:43
ensure a future planet for our grand children
Martin
55:09
Enquire about options to act, reasonably and possibly collaboratively.
JenM
55:34
swiftly develope an action plan? This Government is not seeing it.
Lucia
56:45
yes
Mark Rohde SA
57:16
Government is holding the economy baCK ON RENEWABLES, ELECTRIC VEHICLES, and many other opportunities
Mark Rohde SA
59:43
Go to climate strike site to ask about your own local events/opportunities
Judy
59:48
Thanks Ray
Lucia
01:03:48
Adriana, i don't know what is going on. would you be able to fill me in later ? think i will have to leave now.... can't work the gizmos correctly.
Lucia
01:05:05
Can someone tell me through chat what is going on now ?
Peter Sterrett - Canberra - AG member
01:45:56
It's about the climate change, not Getup (just the messenger).
Jan Fremantle WA
01:50:48
Chambers of Commerce and Local Government were identified for businesses within the Local Community
Ray Yoshida - GetUp
01:51:33
https://action.getup.org.au/global_climate_strike_resources2
Michael WA
01:52:12
im making a cup of tea
Anne O'Grady
01:52:47
Make me one will you Michael? :)
Ray Yoshida - GetUp
01:53:03
Haha
Paul Beard
01:55:01
Have pressure to have dinner , So see you all soon
Fiona Conolly ACT
01:55:01
Best to talk to people about jobs and economy when talking about the reasons why we need to take action on climate change because everyone knows the science is settled and they either accept it or not. So taking action on climate change makes sense for our economy because the rest of the world is turning away from fossil fuels toward renewables where Australia’s comparative advantage lies etc. Its where the future of jobs will be for our kids etc
Anne O'Grady
01:55:54
Where’s my tea, Michael?
Leigh Costin
02:08:24
Unfortunately I’ve ben called away. Thanks All!!
Lynette Sinclair
02:11:02
I’ve just got a phone call to take, see you all later
Caitlin - GetUp
02:11:03
Your friend is a junior employee at a local design firm. She’s worried about climate change, but isn’t sure what her colleagues think. You’ve asked her to coffee, where you want to pitch that she come along to the strike and get her colleagues involved as well.You’ve identified a locally owned book shop on a main street in a progressive suburb in Brisbane. You’ve dropped in to talk to the manager, but the store is pretty busy!
Alfredo
02:14:20
Yes I can buddy but cannot speak now. Im working at the moment
Alfredo
02:15:25
Are you guys going to provide the presentation? It will be great for us as a guide after this training course !
Tracey Hamilton
02:26:21
sorry have to go
Caitlin - GetUp
02:26:33
No worries, Tracey! Thanks for joining!
Alfredo
02:27:55
Caitlin can you forward us the presentation ? As a guide??
Caitlin - GetUp
02:28:08
Oh yes of course!!
Alfredo
02:28:16
Thx!
Caitlin - GetUp
02:28:20
I’ll pop it in the email tomorrow as well as the resources :)
Alfredo
02:28:31
Sweet!
Judy
02:28:31
At the bookshop ask for any books on climate change
Caitlin - GetUp
02:28:59
Such a great idea, Judy! Vibe what they think about climate change ^_^
Martin
02:29:48
For some members of the community, fear of social or professional retribution is a serious and legitimate concern. For these, who may be a “silent majority”, we should make simple information material available – e.g. a poster that they can put up around the water fountain at their workplace to inform their work community without exposing themselves.
Judy
02:30:07
Local lawyers group on the Mornington Peninsula, WTF Mt. Eliza Facebook page;
Caitlin - GetUp
02:30:25
Yes, excellent flag, Martin. Definitely need different resources for different comfort levels
Ray Yoshida - GetUp
02:35:07
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/18mUfAmoCCiJPMwBric-JAxF3ZkZw0B8uY8boIAP8zsk/edit#gid=1774904479
Kinga Bisits
02:35:50
Do we have autonomy at the local level to decide on actions without approval from HQ
shirleylewis
02:36:22
I can’t openit
Gabrielle Bond - GetUp
02:36:24
Hi Kinga, short answer is yes to that :-)
Alfredo
02:36:58
GOOD resource guys!
Cath
02:37:16
Ray - can I save this spreadsheet or will it be in resources. We're having meeting tomorrow about all this and would like to complete this later.
Jan Fremantle WA
02:38:20
I have lost the spreadsheet
Cath
02:38:22
My ideas were broad rather than specific businesses eg associations like APA, music teachers, local reconciliation - not as specific as you're doing. I do get your idea
Kinga Bisits
02:39:01
Will we be able to see each others spreadsheets? I have created a category public places as we plan to do some activities in sydneys eastern beaches...
Cath
02:41:04
We're taking this onboard. :)
Ray Yoshida - GetUp
02:41:57
Kinga – anything you enter into this spreadsheet is viewable by others with the link. Is that what you mean?
Martin
02:43:46
Is Getup officially collaborating with other organisations - e.g. Extinction Rebellion?
Mahesh
02:44:12
Thank you Caitlin, thank you Ray and thank you Mick!!
Anne O'Grady
02:44:24
Thank you GetUp!
Ray Yoshida - GetUp
02:44:37
Hey Martin – we’re collaborating with a lot of other orgs on the climate strikes. Thus far Extinction Rebellion isn’t part of the groups working on this
Kinga Bisits
02:44:38
Yes I think that answers it Ray
adrianadoherty
02:44:47
Thanks organisers and speakers!!!
Gabrielle Bond - GetUp
02:44:47
Thanks everyone!
Judy
02:44:51
thanks everyone
Anne O'Grady
02:45:10
Baiiiiii
Mahesh
02:45:20
Thanks everyone! Bye!!!
Judy
02:45:22
I will be in Peru
Michael WA
02:46:01
thanks everyone - see you next time t
jeanchristie
02:46:06
I’ll be at Uluru. I’ll join by Facebook.