As with the Labor party, LEAN organises on a state-by-state basis. Although many campaigns we work on have a national flavour it much more effective to coordinate in this way. Click on your state to find out how to get involved. Our state branches provide the opportunity to connect with other Labor supporters and members who are committed to ensuring Labor leads the country to a cleaner future.
You can also get involved in by
- Making sure you’re enrolled to vote! Your vote counts in deciding Australia's clean energy future. Encourage your friends to do the same. Did you know hundreds of thousands of young Australians didn’t register to vote in 2013?
- If you are a Labor member or supporter, get in touch with your local Labor branch or Labor parliamentarian and let them know you want action on climate and the environment. Get in contact with your state convenor to help you facilitate this.
- Labor has always known that winning government federally is crucial. But there is lots to do at State and local level too on climate change, just like there is on other environmental issues. States control things like how easy it is for a farmer to put a wind farm on his or her own land, for example, or how easy it is for a company to come onto that land without permission, to frack for coal seam gas. Some local governments are acting themselves to install solar power for their communities. Contact your local representatives and ask them what they’re doing on climate change and how you can help.
- More local LEAN groups are opening up to make it easier for more Labor members and supporters to work on climate change. Get in touch with your State branch or LEAN National to discuss what we can do together.
LEAN Victoria is one of our largest and most active branches.
To find out more contact Matt Landolfo, Convenor email@example.com
Make sure you are signed up to receive updates on our activities. You can find LEAN Vic on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/leanvic/
New South Wales
LEAN is active in NSW organising events, campaigns and local groups. We would love to have you involved.
To get more involved please contact Jaden Harris, NSW Convenor
firstname.lastname@example.org. Matt Floro and Penny Pederson are the NSW Organisers.
LEAN also has active people in Sydney's Inner West, Newcastle, Blue Mountains, North Coast, Central Coast and South Coast (around Jervis Bay). Be in touch with NSW LEAN to get contacts in your local area.
LEAN is currently active in Western Australia organising events and campaigns.
To find out more contact Kylie Turner, Convenor WA
Make sure you are signed up to receive updates on our activities.
LEAN is active in SA organising events, campaigns and local groups. We would love to have you involved.
To get more involved please contact the SA LEAN's secretary Robyn Wood at email@example.com.
Make sure you've signed up to receive news and info about what we are doing and achieving.
Also, you can follow us on Facebook!
LEAN in Tasmania is one of our most active state branches!
Make sure you've signed up to receive updates on what we are doing and achieving.
LEAN is active in Queensland and would love your involvement.
To get more involved in Queensland please contact Peter Casey, Secretary Queensland: firstname.lastname@example.org.
LEAN in Queensland has a variety of local groups including in Townsville, Darling Downs, Sunshine Coast, Gold Coast, Bundaberg and more.
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LEAN is active organising events and campaigns in the ACT - and we also help out in adjacent NSW areas. We would love to have you involved.
Emma Turner and Sally Somi are co-conveners for LEAN Australian Capital Region. Monique Blasiak is LEAN's secretary for the ACT.
To get more involved please contact email@example.com. Make sure you've signed up to receive news and info about what we are doing and achieving.
Also, you can like LEAN ACT on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/auscapitalterritoryLEAN/