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[http://www.slf.org.au/calendar/ Sustainable Living Calendar] - free online calendar which highlights events and activities across Australia which educate, promote and celebrate sustainable living. [http://www.slf.org.au/calendar/ Sustainable Living Calendar] - free online calendar which highlights events and activities across Australia which educate, promote and celebrate sustainable living.
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-See also: [[CEN Victorian climate action eUpdate]] 
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-== World Environment Day 5 June 2010==+== People's Climate March Australia - November 27-29 2015 ==
-World Environment Day on 5 June is a day that stimulates awareness of the environment and enhances political attention and public action. It was the day that United Nations Conference on the Human Environment began. The United Nations Conference on the Human Environment was from 5-16 June 1972. +* WHEN: Friday 27 November to Sunday 29 November
 +* WHERE: Across Australia
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 +On the last weekend of November, will you help create the biggest climate march the world has ever seen?
-It was established by the United Nations General Assembly in 1972. The first World Environment Day was on 1973. World Environment Day is hosted every year by a different city with a different theme and is commemorated with an international exposition on the week that 5 June is on. World Environment Day is in summer in the Northern Hemisphere and winter in the Southern Hemisphere.+On the eve of world leaders meeting in Paris for the United Nations climate summit, we will gather in Australian cities and walk alongside millions of people in hundreds of major cities around the world.
-The 2010 theme focuses on the central importance to humanity of the globe's wealth of species and ecosystems, in support of the 2010 UN International Year of Biodiversity.+Join hundreds of thousands of Australians as we march for a transition to renewable energy, for secure job creation, for clean air, for a healthy environment and a safe climate.
-This year's global host, Rwanda - a country of exceptional biodiversity that has made huge strides on environmental protection - will lead the celebrations with three days of keynote events. Rwanda, was chosen for its combination of environmental richness, including rare species such as the mountain gorilla, allied to pioneering green policies.+Find a march near you here: [http://www.peoplesclimate.org.au/ People's Climate March]
-More information: 
-* WED website: http://www.unep.org/wed/2010/english/ 
-* World map of WED activities: http://www.unep.org/wed/2010/english/activitymap/ 
-* The gorilla-naming competition: http://www.unep.org/wed/2010/english/GorillaNaming/ 
-* The official website of the gorilla-naming ceremony: http://www.kwitizina.org/ 
-* The Pittsburgh celebrations: www.unep.org/rona or www.pittsburghwed.com 
-* CinemAmbiente: http://www.cinemambiente.it/ 
-* 10:10 campaign: www.1010global.org 
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Sustainable Living Calendar - free online calendar which highlights events and activities across Australia which educate, promote and celebrate sustainable living.

Add any current events below here.

[edit] People's Climate March Australia - November 27-29 2015

  • WHEN: Friday 27 November to Sunday 29 November
  • WHERE: Across Australia

On the last weekend of November, will you help create the biggest climate march the world has ever seen?

On the eve of world leaders meeting in Paris for the United Nations climate summit, we will gather in Australian cities and walk alongside millions of people in hundreds of major cities around the world.

Join hundreds of thousands of Australians as we march for a transition to renewable energy, for secure job creation, for clean air, for a healthy environment and a safe climate.

Find a march near you here: People's Climate March


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