Climate Action Darwin seeks to influence decision-makers to adopt climate-friendly policies. They support Darwin residents to take climate action, and reduce their own climate impact.
They advocate for a transition to a zero carbon economy. They Inform and educate audiences on NT climate change impacts and solutions—including schools.
Climate Action Darwin also supports other groups working for a safer climate:
- Seed Indigenous Youth Climate Network
- Climate for Change
- Protect Country Alliance
- School Strike for Climate
Sign up by contacting Climate Action Darwin at [email protected].
Waste Free NT are a growing group of passionate individuals helping people to minimise the landfill waste we produce in the NT through education, events and projects.
See Waste Free NT Volunteer Positions here.
This position would involve lending or developing your skills to assist the Environment Centre NT with key tasks including answering the phones, shipping books and merchandise and a variety of other administrative tasks.
Time Commitment - Flexible time commitment suited to your availability.
The brilliant Andy Peart and Dave Liddle have begun hosting trips which aren't tours, but private excursions to the bush to raise money for the work of the Environment Centre NT.
They are always on the hunt for dynamic and enthusiastic volunteers who are interested in Ecology and/or Media who would be eager to assist with the hosting of trips and future webinar production.
Have a look at the latest walks planned for 2022 here.
Time Commitment - To be negotiated with Andy and Dave.
Sign up by contacting Andy at [email protected].
LECA is a community group based in Central Australia. We write directly to those in positions of power and influence. We write for environmental accountability and change.
Find out more here
Arid Lands Environment Centre (ALEC) is central Australia’s peak environmental organisation; defending Australia’s iconic desert country for 40 years. We are a strong and trusted voice for the protection of arid lands, creatures and communities. We work tirelessly toward our vision: healthy futures for arid lands and people.
'ALEC values the work of our volunteers who help us with our vision of ‘healthy futures for arid lands and people’. We have a variety of volunteer positions so whether you’re interested in helping with community engagement, communications work, office admin, or selling food and making coffee, we would love to have you involved.'
- Write submissions to proposed new laws, draft policies or proposed developments.
- Write letters to the editor of key newspapers.
- NT News
- Katherine Times
- The Australian
- The Sydney Morning Herald
- The Age.
- Call local radio during talkback shows and raise your issues.
- ABC Darwin - 1300 057 222
- ABC Alice Springs - 08 8950 4711
- Territory FM - 1800 808 588
- Mix FM - 08 8941 1155
- Radio Larrakia - 08 8943 7900
- Seek a meeting with your local Member of the Legislative Assembly of the Northern Territory, local council or Federal Parliament.