On the last weekend of November, let’s fill our cities with a sea of colourful homemade costumes, puppets, banners and flags. Grab a paintbrush, instrument or soapbox and make a buzz about the People’s Climate March!
Will you come to a march in your nearest city? Get all the details and RSVP to show your support: www.peoplesclimate.org.au.
Come dressed as a sun, a wind turbine or a superhero for the future. Carry a placard or banner calling for the world you want to see.
Think about what represents you – is it your favourite sport, your job, your culture, your hobby, your family? Get creative to show the world what you are marching for! Carry a family photo, wear your uniform or come in a suit or scrubs, high vis or high heels. Let’s show the world the diversity we represent.
Want to get your creative juices flowing?
Come to a People’s Climate March crafternoon! Each weekend before the march, people across Australia are hosting crafternoons for their friends and communities to make props, banners, costumes, puppets and placards.
Like to join us? Find a crafternoon session near you, or host your own.
Crafternoons can be big or small, simple or elaborate.Invite your friends and family or host a community crafternoon. Paint some cardboard placards in your backyard or sew some costumes at your kitchen table. Book a community hall or school art room and invite the community.
Register your crafternoon – we’ll send you a creative kit full of DIY tips and inspiration, free downloads and more. We can also connect you with other creative folks near you via the People’s Climate March website.
Stand shoulder to shoulder, painting, sewing and making friends as you help make a brighter future. Register your crafternoon event or join one near you.
Then, in the last weekend of November, bring your banners, props and costumes and let’s walk together as a united, diverse and powerful community to show our political leaders our commitment to the better future we know is possible.
From here on in, we’re all in… with bells on 🙂
Thanks for being part of this,
Australian Conservation Foundation