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We Say YES Statement and Signatories May 2011

We Say YES Statement and Signatories May 2011

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“We Say Yes” to a Price on Carbon Pollution
“We Say Yes” to a Price on Carbon Pollution
Climate change is already affecting our country, our communities, and the survival of theworld’s poor. This year, we have an opportunity to tackle climate change through a price oncarbon pollution.To reduce pollution and embrace a cleaner and healthier future Australia urgently needs to puta fair price on pollution. It’s reasonable to ask the big polluters to pay a fair amount per tonne of carbon they emit so they have an incentive to pollute less.We say yes to embracing a cleaner and healthier future by placing a fair price on pollution. Wesay yes to rewarding businesses who do the right thing, and giving other businesses a reason toclean up their act.Saying yes to a price on pollution means saying yes to investment, innovation, and new jobsbased on renewable energy that never runs out. In a country abundant with sun and wind, theseindustries have waited years to flourish while Australia has delayed.Putting a price on pollution will release billions of dollars that will be used to support lowincome households, protect jobs, drive innovation in adaptation and clean energy projects andtechnologies, and support Australian farmers who want to protect the land for futuregenerations.We say YES to a price on pollution and renewable energy investment, YES to jobs and YES toprotecting our ecosystems, health and environment before it’s too late. Will you join us?
“We Say Yes” to a Price on Carbon Pollution
1 million women350.org AustraliaAdam Kilgour, Board Member, The ClimateInstituteAlternative Technology AssociationAnn Kantor, PhilanthropistArarat Greenhouse Action Group IncAssoc. Prof. Grant Blashki, Nossal Instituteof Health, University of MelbourneAssociation for Berowra CreekAustralia Tibet CouncilAustralian Conservation FoundationAustralian Council of Social ServiceAustralian Council of Trade UnionsAustralian Religious Response to ClimateChangeAustralian Solar Energy SocietyAustralian Youth Climate CoalitionBallarat Renewable Energy and ZeroEmissions Inc. (BREAZE)Ban Uranium Mining PermanentlyBenalla Sustainable Future GroupBishop Patrick P. Power, Bishop of Canberraand GoulburnBlue King BrownChelsea Heights EarthCarersCHOICEClimate Action Sydney Eastern SuburbsCimate Change Balmain-RozelleClare Martin, former NT Chief Minister,former CEO ACOSSClimate Action Burwood AshfieldClimate Action Network AustraliaClimate Action NewcastleClimate Action NewtownClimate Action TomareeClimate and Health Alliance*Climate Change Australia ClarenceClimate Change Australia HastingsClimate Change: Our Future (Glen Eira &Monash)Climate Emergency NetwotkClimateWorks AustraliaColong Foundation for WildernessCommunities Combating Climate Crisis,HealesvilleCommunity Environment Network, LakeMacquarie Planning CommitteeConservation Council of South AustraliaConservation Council of Western AustraliaCool MelbourneCorinne Grant, comedian and writerDandenong Ranges Renewable EnergyAssociation Inc.Darebin Climate Action NowDavid Pocock, Australian Wallabies andWestern Force rugby union playerDavid Shelmerdine, Deputy Chair,ClimateWorks Australia, philanthropistDoctors for the EnvironmentDr Richard Charlesworth AM, Olympian,Australian hockey coachDr. Chris Riedy, Research Director, Institutefor Sustainable FuturesDr. Denis Saunders AMDr. John Hewson, former leader of theLiberal PartyDr. Rosemary Stanton OAM, nutritionistDylan Lewis, entertainerEarthSongEdmund Rice CentreEnvironment Centre Northern TerritoryEnvironment VictoriaEnvironmental Farmers NetworkEva Cox AO, writer and social commentatorFelix Riebl, musicianFr. Bob Maguire AMGetUp!Good Shepherd Australia New ZealandGreat Lakes Environment AssociationGreenCoast CatalystsGreenpeace Australia PacificHealesville Environment Watch IncIan Lowe, Emeritus Professor, GriffithUniversityIan Robertson, Secretary, DEPA and Chair,Investment Committee LGSJon Dee, Founder & Chairman, DoSomething!John Quiggin, Federation Fellow, Universityof Queensland

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