WATCH’s 10th anniversary

  By Lizette Salmon Last month Wodonga Albury Toward Climate Health (WATCH) celebrated its 10th year. A decade with six prime ministers and five Border Mail editors. Changes aplenty, but we’re still here. As a non-partisan climate advocacy group, we began by meeting dozens of politicians from all levels of government, including a Federal and two state Shadow…

Climate Conversations Workshop

Saturday 29 October, 1.30-3.30pm, Sustainable Activity Centre, Wodonga. Talking about climate change can sometimes feel more taboo than sex, religion and politics. If you’d like help manoeuvring those tricky moments, come along to our climate conversations workshop. It’s facilitated by experienced psychologists from Melbourne’s Psychology for a Safe Climate. Please RSVP by Wednesday 26th October…

Wodonga Council Election

Are you voting in the Wodonga Council election and want to know candidates’ attitudes to climate change? WATCH asked them four quick questions and ten candidates responded. Who supports renewable energy? Who thinks wind and solar are a scam? Alison Reed, Ant Packer, Kat Bennett, Lubosh Hanuska and Trevor White gave climate action the highest…

Border Mail article: WATCH has eye on AGL promise

WATCH calls for action from AGL

Thanks to those who joined us this week for our photo action calling for AGL to exit dirty energy. The event featured in an article in the Border Mail newspaper today – read it in full here or below. Our photographs will be combined with others from communities across Australia and presented at the AGL annual general meeting…