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The '''2010 Walk Against Warming''' was held in numerous locations across Australia on August 15, 2010. The event changed from mass rallies to distributed gatherings in selected locations, including several marginal seats in the [[Australian federal election campaign, 2010|2010 Australian federal election]]. The '''2010 Walk Against Warming''' was held in numerous locations across Australia on August 15, 2010. The event changed from mass rallies to distributed gatherings in selected locations, including several marginal seats in the [[Australian federal election campaign, 2010|2010 Australian federal election]].

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Barrie Pittock, IPCC author and author of Climate Change: Turning Up the Heat, and former leader, CSIRO climate impact group
Barrie Pittock, IPCC author and author of Climate Change: Turning Up the Heat, and former leader, CSIRO climate impact group

The 2010 Walk Against Warming was held in numerous locations across Australia on August 15, 2010. The event changed from mass rallies to distributed gatherings in selected locations, including several marginal seats in the 2010 Australian federal election.

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Melbourne rally

The following speakers at the Melbourne rally called for immediate policies to move us back towards a safe climate future:

  • Victoria McKenzie-McHarg, Safe Climate Campaigner, Environment Victoria.
  • Rachel Coghlan, Advocacy Campaign Leader - Climate Change, World Vision
  • Gavan McFadzean, State Campaign Manager, The Wilderness Society.

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