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CEDAMIA’s core team, Margaret Hender and Philip Sutton, welcome you to CEDAMIA’s website and invite you to get involved.

CEDAMIA (derived from Climate Emergency Declaration and Mobilisation In Action) campaigns for a Climate Emergency Declaration at all levels of government. We also campaign for state/territory governments to ban new climate-damaging projects via the No More Bad Investments (NMBI) campaigns, and for local councils to implement Climate Emergency plans.

Key partnership on the local government campaign

CACE – Council Action in the Climate Emergency is establishing and supporting campaigns across Australia to get Local Governments to declare a climate emergency.

Other collaborations

kayak4earth – Steve Posselt: Jan-Feb 2017 kayak trek collecting thousands of Climate Emergency Declaration petition signatures
Climate Emergency Declaration website – Mik Aidt: the Climate Emergency Declaration campaign
Environmental Justice Australia and RSTI: the model No More Bad Investments (NMBI) legislation
Conservation SA: Climate Emergency Declaration petition and the Nov 217 SA NMBI public forum
Environment Victoria: the Victorian No More Bad Investments (NMBI) petition
BZE – Beyond Zero Emissions radio program and forum event: Discussion of No More Bad Investments (NMBI) Model Act
Friends of the Earth (FoE): Forum including a talk on No More Bad Investments (NMBI) Act and campaign
Australian Forests and Climate Alliance (AFCA): the NSW No More Bad Investments (NMBI) petition
Wilderness SA – the SA and Offshore NMBI petitions (sourced from website 7/6/21)

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