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…

Meeting with Jeremy Buckingham

August 6, 2016: Representatives from WATCH and RAW Energy (Renewable Albury Wodonga) had the pleasure of meeting Jeremy Buckingham MLC for NSW. We introduced Jeremy to the efforts of both local groups about which he was very excited. We also heard from him where he sees the Australian energy market heading. Great meeting thanks Jeremy.…

Unprecedented alliance calls for zero pollution in Australia

As global pressure builds and the government considers its post 2020 climate targets this week, a diverse and unprecedented alliance of more than 50 civil society groups [including WATCH] are calling on parliamentarians to commit to zero carbon pollution in Australia by 2050 at the latest. In an open letter released today, the groups state…