Climate Council Annual Report 2019

15.11.19 By
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From the very beginning, the Climate Council’s mission has been to ensure climate change is front and centre in the national conversation. Although the past twelve months have had their challenges, it’s fair to say that climate change has been elevated to a top priority issue. Our 2019 Annual Report details our strategic interventions and major projects, providing a snapshot of the work we do, thanks to the support fo our community.

The Climate Council continues to be Australia’s leading climate science communications organisation. This reputation has secured us more than 53,000 items on climate change, renewable solutions and energy, in the media. This is worth over $118 million in ad coverage to date.

Strategic Priorities

To achieve this, the Climate Council has focused on three strategic priorities:

  1. Ensuring that climate change remains at the top of the Australian agenda.
  2. Build a strong narrative on solutions to climate change, capturing the public’s imagination on the possibilities of renewable energy and the need to rapidly transition away from fossil fuels.

  3. In the absence of federal action on climate change, empower everyday Australians, businesses, local councils and communities with the tools and skills to enact change from the bottom up.

Thank you for supporting independent climate science research and communications. It is because of the passion and vision of people like you that our projects and the interventions we’ve undertaken are possible.

For more details about our achievements over the past year, please read our 2018-19 Annual Report.