Describing herself as an ‘Armchair Activist’ for many years, while busy working or raising a family, Suzy started becoming more hands-on with Environment Victoria for the 2018 State Election and joined her local group. With her children becoming more independent, Suzy has become a voluntary Community Organiser in the Action Network, on Bunurong / Boon Wurrung Country.
Robyn has been a local community organiser and activist on issues such as environment & social justice her whole life. Currently living on Bunurong Country, she loves all opportunities to gather momentum with people to take steps toward the future they want to see. She feels most empowered when taking actions to help solve world problems.
Victor grew up in Aotearoa New Zealand where learned to organise through years of volunteering in the youth climate movement. Now on Bunurong Country in Frankston, he sees fertile ground everywhere for the radical change we need.
Right now, our climate and environment is in crisis. We’re already experiencing the impacts of a damaged climate, but we also have an opportunity to limit the damage create a better, cleaner future. We know that people power is key to inspiring the action we need and holding our leaders to account. So we’re building a network of Victorians like you to bring together local communities across the state and take action.
By joining the Peninsula Action Network, you’ll be connected to a community of passionate people working to cut dangerous climate pollution, transition to clean energy and protect our beautiful natural places.
There’s plenty of ways you can get involved – no matter your skills, experience or location! Fill out the form below to sign up.