Clean Air Action Network Organisations

The Climate and Health Alliance is an alliance of stakeholders in the health sector who wish to see the threat of climate change addressed through prompt policy action.

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Doctors for the Environment Australia is a voluntary organisation of medical doctors in all states and territories.  We work to address the diseases – local, national and global – caused by damage to the earth’s environment.

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Environmental Justice Australia are nature’s lawyers. We use the law to protect our environment, and we work to change our laws to make sure they protect the right of all Australians to clean air, clean water and healthy ecosystems.

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Environmental Defenders Office Qld (EDO Qld) is an independent community legal centre, empowering the community to use the law to protect the environment. We are your lawyers for the environment, driven by a commitment to justice and a passion for nature. Our goals are to protect clean air, soil and water for safe and healthy communities; to restore and preserve nature, the Great Barrier Reef and wildlife; to advance clean energy and to keep our climate safe.

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Healthy Futures is a network of health professionals, students and supporters working to address climate change and related threats to health.  Healthy Futures is an affiliate group of Friends of the Earth Australia and a member of the Climate and Health Alliance.

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MTAG is a community lobby group advocating for a reduction in the number of trucks on residential streets in Melbourne’s inner west. MTAG is a non-political, unfunded group of residents, including parents, professionals, tradespeople and retirees.

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350 Australia is part of a global grassroots movement taking action to halt the climate crisis. The number 350 means climate safety: to preserve a liveable planet, scientists tell us we must reduce the amount of C02 in the atmosphere from its current level of 400 parts per million to below 350ppm.

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Voices of the Valley aim to protect and inform the Latrobe Valley Community, tap into the ideas of the community; advocate for resources on behalf of the Latrobe Valley Community; identify risks and needs and funding required to meet these; advocate on behalf of the health and well-being needs of the Latrobe Valley community; and to collect, retain and disseminate data of relevance to the health and well-being of the Latrobe Valley community.

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