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    This is the climate emergency. We must act now.

    The climate emergency is here.

    The NSW floods are the latest in a line of climate-fuelled extreme weather events in recent years that have cost lives and devastated communities, our environment, our wildlife and our economy.

    And this is just 1 degree of warming. 

    Unless we act now in this critical decade a safe future for everyone cannot be guaranteed. We can still limit warming to 1.5 degrees and avoid the worst of the climate crisis if we act now. 

    Add your name to call on the NSW Government  to act on the climate emergency now. 

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