Lets Stop The 6th Mass Extinction

 

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Branches across Australia & counting

Branches in more than 58 countries

We are in the middle of an Ecological crisis.

Our course is set for mass species extinction, and societal collapse.
Our future looks bleak and our children are not safe.
Change to avert the worst of the disaster is still technically and economically possible. It involves envisioning and building a world which is ecologically and socially just.

This is an emergency situation – action is urgent.

Our Government isn’t acting in accordance with what science and history tells us. Therefore our Government is criminally negligent.

We have a moral duty to rebel, whatever our politics.
History shows us that peaceful civil disobedience is an effective way to bring about change.

Our lives have meaning when we follow our conscience and fight to protect what we love.
We ask others who feel the same way to join our peaceful Rebellion.

The Australian Crisis

Australia is one of the most uniquely biodiverse countries in the world. Most of our wildlife is found nowhere else on the planet, and yet – we are failing to protect it. Read More

“For way too long, the politicians and the people in power have gotten away with not doing anything to fight the climate crisis, but we will make sure that they will not get away with it any longer”

Greta Thunberg

Melbourne Council Declares Climate Emergency

Melbourne Council Declares Climate Emergency

Extinction Rebellion's campaigning efforts paid off on the 16th July 2019, as Melbourne City Council followed Sydney and Hobart in declaring a Climate Emergency. Australia’s second largest city’s council voted unanimously for a Climate Emergency Declaration at a...

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Solstice Protests

Solstice Protests

On the longest night of the year, thousands of impassioned citizens gathered in capital cities across Australia, to protest the Adani Mine and call on our state and federal governments to declare a Climate Emergency. In Melbourne, five hundred Extinction Rebellion...

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