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The Pacific Calling Partnership (PCP) consists of organisations and individuals who seek an Australia and a world that listens to calls from our low-lying island neighbours in the Torres Straits and the Pacific about the serious threat that climate change poses to them and recognises that Australia has an ecological debt to these peoples. For more information on PCP  click here

Coal Seam Gas and Fracking

The process of hydraulic fracturing - fracking - to extract gas from bedrock has created huge concerns about health, safety and environmental risks. Click here to go to our page on Coal Seam Gas and Fracking

Latest News & Blogs

Stop Adani Mine - Film Screening on Sat May 6th

Posted Apr 27, 2017

Come and view the documentary - Guarding the Galilee Filled with stories from the front lines of the proposed Queens-land Adani coal mine, Guardians of the Galilee captures the raw beauty of the Queensland outback, where Adani's mine threat-ens essential water resources, Indigenous land, the Great Barri-er Reef and increased climate ...more

Environmental Crossroads - Watermark April 2017

Posted Apr 5, 2017

Environmental Crossroads - Watermark April 2017

      This issue of Watermark, Environmental Crossroads, looks at the action required to meet commitments entered into under the Paris Climate Agreement that came into force on 4 November 2016 and reviews the major environmental challenges highlighted in the Australian Government’s five yearly State of the Environment 2016 report released on ...more

Climate Justice Updates and Actions

Posted Mar 31, 2017

PCP Petition Update: Climate Justice Now PCP asked and you responded. PCP send a huge thank you for supporting their Climate Justice Now petition. "We are so excited that over 1200 people have signed this paper petition and posted it back to us in Homebush. The petition is addressed to the Australian Senate and calls ...more

Climate Council to step up action - Message from CEO

Posted Mar 12, 2017

Climate Council to step up action - Message from CEO

With the announcement that the Climate Institute will close, the Climate Council (an entirely separate agency) laments that there’s now one less organisation in Australia providing critical information on the science of climate change, at a time when the push for new coal and polluting fossil fuels is getting stronger. As ...more

Irish Dail votes to fully divest from fossil fuels

Posted Feb 19, 2017

Ireland becomes the first Parliament to vote for a full and complete divestment of public money from fossil fuels. ...more

Thought provoking reading - Social Justice Publications

Posted Feb 11, 2017

In this post you'll find some excellent social justice articles and discussion papers from the CLRI and CCJP members. ...more

Update from PCP and Kiribati SOS video

Posted Dec 29, 2016

Update from PCP and Kiribati SOS video

Two young climate activists from Kiribati recently visited Australia to share their story. ...more

Great Barrier Reef needs far more help than Australia claims in its latest report to UNESCO

Posted Dec 15, 2016

Great Barrier Reef needs far more help than Australia claims in its latest report to UNESCO

At first glance, the progress reports on the Great Barrier Reef released last week by the Australian and Queensland governments might seem impressive. The update on the Reef 2050 Plan suggests that 135 of the plan’s 151 actions are either complete or on track. The Australian government’s apparent intention in releasing five ...more

Sydney Alliance & Greater Sydney Commission Report

Posted Nov 29, 2016

Sydney Alliance & Greater Sydney Commission Report

Dear Cecily and CCJP,  It’s been a big week for affordable housing… Thanks to your campaigning over the last two years - yesterday the Greater Sydney Commission (GSC) has released plans that included a 5-10% inclusion of affordable housing in new developments, subject to viability. It’s a good step and a great mini-win. ...more

Fr. Sean McDonagh Podcast & Powerpoint: Bringing Laudato Si to life

Posted Nov 27, 2016

if you missed or wish to revisit Fr. Sean's Sydney seminars you can now hear a podcast and view slides . ...more