Join our World Children's Day Week of Action!
For World Children’s Day on November 20 we’ll be holding a National Week of Action with events across the country highlighting the rights of our children to a safe climate, and calling on the Australian government to safeguard our children's future by taking urgent action to solve the climate crisis.
The Melbourne event will involve a Family Sit-in and Picnic on the steps of Parliament House, Spring Street Melbourne at 11am on Wednesday 20th November. Join the Facebook event here.
So far events are also planned in Brisbane, Sydney, Canberra, Wagga Wagga and Fremantle with more to come!
Check out our local groups page to get in touch with your local group co-ordinator to express your interest and we’ll put you in touch with other keen locals!
What the Dads really want for Fathers Day
This Fathers Day our AP4CA Dads wanted to tell the world that all they really want for Fathers Day is a safe future for their kids.
They asked Scott Morrison, as a father, to take emergency climate action at the UN Climate Summit in September.
Watch our video to hear what they had to say.
Join us every Friday to take action for the future of our children and the planet.
Some of our members, like Chloe and her son, follow the inspiration of Greta Thunberg, the Swedish student-striker, and do a sit-in outside their MP's office.
But there are many ways to take action and get your voice heard every Friday!
Have you see the film "2040"?
2040 is a must-see film because it actually addresses the climate emergency head on and presents the solutions.
Presented and created by Damon Gameau (That Sugar Film), it's about a father searching for solutions to the climate crisis which are already in existence and just need to be scaled up.
It's SO important that we get the general public to see that this crisis can be solved. Please go along to the film and take your friends! The screening locations are listed here.
Join a local AP4CA Group
The best way to feel less stressed and more ready to take action on the climate crisis is to join up with like-minded parents.
We have many active members all over Australia, and we'd love you to join one of our local groups.
Head to our local groups page to find the nearest active group to you.
Leading up to the 18 May Federal election we asked all parents and grandparent to give their vote to their kids.
Watch our awesome campaign video! It shows that climate change is an issue that people on all sides of politics care about.
At the next election in Queensland, once again we'll be asking all adults to #Givethekidsyourvote.