Talk to your friends and family

Most Australians care about climate change — but we tend not to talk about it.

They can feel isolated in their concern because we tend not to talk about it. But personal conversations can bring family and friends a long way in thinking and acting on climate.

This evidence-based guide by Climate for Change and Climate Compass provides advice for starting these conversations with the people you know.

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Once you’ve found people in your life who are concerned, plan to take action with them.

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