Climate Emergency

Climate Emergency

As the leading national energy organisation, we urge government, NGOs and businesses to declare a climate emergency.

In Australia, our climate change policy is ranked as the worst of 57 countries, with a score of zero. Fortunately however, many councils are now declaring a climate emergency, and the number is growing daily.

By declaring a climate emergency, you will need to create a Climate Emergency Action Plan (CEAP) for your organisation and community.

At the Australian Energy Foundation, we are well-placed to support you in developing your CEAP.

Download our Climate Emergency – Developing your Action Plan Guide to understand what’s involved in declaring a climate emergency and developing a CEAP.

We are here to support you and your community to create a localised plan, mobilise your people and reduce your impact on climate change.

For support in developing your climate emergency action plan contact: