Campaign to trim Australia's C02 footprint by a million tonnes

McKay, Kim
February 2010
Ecos;Feb/Mar2010, Issue 153, p23
Blog Entry
The article reports on the campaign launch by two Australian women Natalie Isaacs and Michelle Grosvenor to inspire more women to take action on climate change in Australia. The campaign was created to due to the effect of climate change resulting to natural disasters such as floods, storms, droughts and famines. It infers that the campaign empowers women to cut carbon pollution in their daily lives.


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