Politics in the Pub: #ClimateElection

We want a safe climate and a vibrant natural world preserved for future generations - not a world ravaged by the worst effects of climate change. 

Renewable energy can power our country with affordable, clean electricity. It's time for politicians to sit up and take notice - we don't have much time left!

Join us for a drink and lively political discussion at the Edinburgh Hotel in Mitcham. The event will be introduced by Associate Professor Philip Lawn, a pre-eminent environmental economist and author of Resolving the Climate Crisis.
  • Nadia Clancy - Labor candidate for Boothby
  • Stef Rozitis - Greens candidate for Boothby
  • Tim Storer - Independent Senator for SA
  • Nicolle Flint - Liberal Member for Boothby - invited
Is global warming still the ‘greatest moral challenge of our time?' What barriers have prevented Australia us making progress on this important issue? What opportunities exist in new and innovative approaches, technologies and industries and the prospects they offer for prosperity? What does the Australian voting public want to see happen on climate change?

Join us and find out over a drink at The Ed!

Please be aware that we'll be prioritising audience members who live in the Boothby electorate, and we'll be asking all RSVPs to make an optional donation at the door to help cover the cost of venue hire and food - dips and cheese platters provided.


April 11, 2019 at 6:30pm - 9pm


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The Edinburgh Hotel
Mitcham, SA, Australia


Gabrielle Bond · · 0401 969 646
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