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Cabinet has just released its highly anticipated carbon pollution reduction target and it’s dangerously low. Sign our petition calling Cabinet to chose a stronger target.
The pollution reduction target is meant to protect Australians, our children and vulnerable populations from the worst impacts of climate change, but Cabinet’s target is not enough.
The good news is that the target is only Australia’s initial offer. And with domestic and international pressure building for Australia to do its fair share to reduce pollution, we have an opportunity to make a difference.
Out of deep love for our neighbours and a passionate concern for the flourishing of God's earth, let’s send an immediate response to Cabinet to urge them to choose a stronger pollution reduction target.
Sign our petition here: http://www.commongrace.org.au/dangerously_low
Will you imagine with us what a world of ecological resurrection would look like in 2020, 2030 or even 2040?
This World Environment Day, Jason John challenges us to imagine a world that reflects the values of Christ, a world that requires us to act boldly in the hopes of achieving ecological resurrection on the earth.
Thank you for journeying with us this #NRW19 as we explored Reconciliation as Truth and Action. Let's keep walking together into NAIDOC Week.
On day 7 of National Reconciliation week, we shed light on the truth of Stolen Wages. Byron Smith encourages us to 'acknowledge the realities of systemic theft and fraud committed against our first peoples.' Brooke Prentis leads us in a powerful prayer of lament. #NRW19 #GroundedInTruth