SMALL ACTIONS EVERY DAY

the more you do the better you'll feel

  • 1.

    Plant a native. Bees, birds, insects and soil microbes will love you for it. Pretty, too.

  • 2.

    Get wise. Listen to a podcast by Ross Garnaut, Christiana Figueres or chat to the old guy down the road who loves birdwatching.

  • 3.

    Join Small Steps to Living Green (South Gippsland) on Facebook to share household hints and support/swaps.

  • 4.

    Sign up. Join us at PACA and be part of making essential changes happen.

  • 5.

    Use your voice. Write a letter to your local, state or federal politician. People power changes things.

  • 6.

    Do an audit of how much power you use and decide where you might be able to reduce your consumption. 

  • 7.

    Stay conected to the natural world - we have so much beauty near us and it will inspire you to endure in spite of setbacks.

  • 8.

    Tell your climate action story. Listen to others tell theirs - invite them to dinner, for a walk or a cup of tea. 

  • 9.

    Shift your food buying habits to support farmers who practice regenerative agriculture, or grow/swap as much as you can. The Prom Coast Food Collective and Project GreenPlot are great local initiatives - and there are food swaps popping up in townships in the area.

  • 10.

    Get involved with the South Gippsland Landcare Network - you don't have to own large amounts of land. Riparian (river) restoration has a huge impact on the health of the seagrass and mangroves in Corner Inlet and Andersons Inlet - both having a major capacity to drawdown carbon.

Tuesday night is PACA night!

1ST TUES OF THE MONTH - PACA GENERAL MEETING

2ND TUES OF THE MONTH - ACF COMMUNITY WEBINAR

3RD TUES OF THE MONTH - PACA WEBINAR, GUEST SPEAKER

4TH TUES OF THE MONTH - PACA CORE GROUP MEETING

We normally meet in FISH CREEK but in response to the pandemic we can chat to each other ONLINE via Zoom

CONTACT >

T: 0428 526 403

E: promareaclimateaction@gmail.com

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We acknowledge the Bunurong and Gunnai-Kurnai nations and show our respects to the ancestors of Country and the people living today of these tribal nations. We recognise that sovereignty was never ceded and there have been fundamental changes to their culture and will work to restore what we can. We can all honour these ancestors by caring for country and respecting the balance of nature that feeds and protects all living things.