- Make our political leaders hear the case for change loudly and clearly. Using megaphones, laptops, phones, clipboards and media, we will amplify the voices of Australian farmers, women from Vanuatu and Philippines and others at the frontline dealing with the impacts of climate change.
- Grow our power. We’ll come together at key moments like the climate summit in New York, World Food Day (Thursday 16 October), the anniversary of Typhoon Haiyan and climate talks in Lima, Peru. We will ask our friends, family and workmates to join us.
- Change the way the world’s largest food companies do business. Already, you’ve helped pressure Kellogg and General Mills — the makers of Old El Paso and Latina Pasta — to agree to help stop climate change making people hungry. The big 10 food companies emit more emissions than Finland, Sweden, Norway and Denmark combined. We need these companies do more and use their power to call on governments to do follow suit.
As a first step, please join millions of people around the world and take to the streets in support of action on climate change:
Want to do something now? Add your voice to the campaign for Australia to do its fair share to stop climate change making people hungry.
Call on Australia’s political parties to end hunger from climate change. act now