July 2023 outreach montage
Community events

What we’ve been up to in July

The main highlight of July was our meeting with the recently-elected NSW Member for Drummoyne, Stephanie di Pasqua. Climate Action Burwood-Canada Bay is proud to say we have positive and fruitful bipartisan relationships with political representatives across all three levels of government in our area.

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Benefits of EVs, Future of Cars

The Benefits of EVs, Future of Cars, and My Electrification Journey

Climate Action Burwood-Canada Bay’s keynote speaker for its Members and Supporters Meeting on 11 July 2023 was Dr Steven Du.

Steven is active in the Australian Electric Vehicle Association (AEVA) and the Tesla Owners Club of Australia. He is also an active member of the committee at Climate Action Burwood-Canada Bay.

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Climate stripes for Sydney, 1856-2022. https://showyourstripes.info/s/australasia/australia/sydney/ Graphics and lead scientist: Ed Hawkins, National Centre for Atmospheric Science, UoR. Data: Berkeley Earth, NOAA, UK Met Office, MeteoSwiss, DWD, SMHI, UoR & ZAMG CC BY 4.0

#ShowYourStripes !

These stripes represent the average temperature in Sydney each year from 1856 (when reliable data began) to 2022 – blue for the coldest, red for the hottest. This gives us a stark visualisation of global warming over the past century and a half, and a idea of what is to come if we allow this trend to continue.

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