Blog | 29th Nov, 2009

Step out for the Walk Against Warming

If you’ve ever replaced an old light globe with an energy efficient one, taken public transport instead of driving, switched to Green Power, or worried about the kind of world you’re going to leave to your kids, then the 2009 Walk Against Warming is for you!

The Walk Against Warming is Australia’s biggest day of community action on climate change. Similar walks will be happening across the country, and all over the world, as communities everywhere come together to tell their leaders they want strong action for a safe climate.

Your Green Action for the month, should you choose to accept it, is to help us send a safe climate message to the world.

This December, our world leaders are gathering to decide how much they’re prepared to do about climate change.

Be part of the action on 12 December. Join thousands of Victorians concerned about climate change and help us form a massive human sign on Princes Bridge. We’re going to create a sign so big they’ll get our safe climate message all the way over in Copenhagen.

When: Saturday, 12 December 2009 @ 12pm
Where: State Library, 328 Swanston Street, Melbourne

So round up your friends, family, kids, (even the family dog) and turn out to the Walk Against Warming on December 12.

You can RSVP right now at And, if you’re really game, why not volunteer to help us out on the day? Contact Victoria at to get in on the action.

Can’t make it? There’s more than one way to get involved.

If you can’t come on the day, you can become a Walk Against Warming Ambassador for your school. Find out how. Or, if you’re school days are far behind you, why not help us promote the Walk Against Warming in your local community. We’ve got all the juice.

Your generous support helps us climb mountains (and save them too).

A donation to the Walk Against Warming and our Safe Climate campaign will take us one step closer to a safe climate future. With your support, we can make this year's Walk Against Warming the biggest day of action on climate change Australia has ever seen.