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Agriculture

Australia's agricultural sector is vulnerable to the effects of climate change - whether from increased temperatures, water shortages or more intense bushfires.

Speak to farmers who can explain or show you firsthand how their farms and livestock - and the food they grow for us - is under threat.

Health and Social

There are serious health implications for us all if Australia fails to take decisive action to reduce climate damage.

Speak to doctors, nurses, paramedics and other health and social care professionals who are caring for people struggling to cope with rising temperatures and pollution.

Renewable Energy

The transition from fossil fuels to renewable energy is already under way creating exciting new jobs, industries and technologies.

Speak to Australians in the renewable energy industry, and people who are benefitting from this new technology in their homes and businesses.

Spokespeople (78)

Amy Steel

Sustainability champion and former netballer Victoria

Bjorn Sturmberg

Research Leader, Battery Storage and Grid Integration Program, ANU Australian Capital Territory

Bryce Gaton

Secretary, Australian Electric Vehicle Association (AEVA) Victoria

Brynn O'Brien

Executive Director, Australasian Centre for Corporate Responsibility New South Wales

Craig Lapsley

Former Emergency Management Commissioner and Fire Services Commissioner, VIC Victoria

Dan Gocher

Director, Climate and Environment, Australiasian Centre for Corporate Responsibility Victoria

David Cazzulino

Great Barrier Reef Campaigner, Australian Marine Conservation Society Queensland

James Smith

Former Deputy Commissioner Field Operations, Fire & Rescue NSW. Former Acting Commissioner, NSW State Emergency Service New South Wales

Kobad Bhavnagri

Head of APAC Economics and Policy, Bloomberg New Energy Finance New South Wales

Lee Johnson

Former Commissioner, QLD Fire & Emergency Services Queensland

Mike Brown

Former Chief Fire Officer, TAS Fire Service Tasmania

Sam Mella

Hunter Engagement Lead, Beyond Zero Emissions New South Wales

Thea Ormerod

President, Australian Religious Response to Climate Change New South Wales