Climate Guardians

Coal Requiem

Opening Performance Art piece Coal Requiem for the Lorne Sculpture Biennale 2014

Our founding act is the Climate Guardians who use angel iconography to highlight the vital role of guardianship of precious natural resources in addressing the global threat from the climate emergency. Graceful, haunting, and iconic, the Climate Guardians attract people to them with a beautiful simple clear message of hope through collaborative, effective climate action. They urge care for the precious natural world to protect children and future generations from the imminent threat of climate breakdown.

Global warming requires immediate action. Resource wars are destabilizing world peace. Climate Guardians ask leaders to declare a state of climate emergency to keep coal, oil and gas in the ground. We must urgently and fairly transition to 100 per cent renewable energy and use natural climate solutions on a mass scale to urgently drawdown excess greenhouse emissions.

All lives depend on a safe climate. Failure is not an option. Action, as outlined in Our Safe Climate Demands is our moral responsibility.

Climate Guardians come in all shapes and sizes, as you’ll see from our Angel Wing Mural painted by award winning artist Jenny McCracken

Get in touch with us if you are interested in joining an action!

A flock of Climate Guardian Angels descended on Engie’s global head office during COP21 to call the transnational energy corporation to account for its reckless and self-serving approach to business

 

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Portending with the local Surf Coast Air Action group. Thanks to a dedicated and highly strategic community effort, Angelsea’s coal plant shut down later that year, 2015

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Decrying the Abbott Government’s repeal of Australia’s Clean Energy Future legislation, which had effectively reduced carbon emissions, while creating tens of thousands of new jobs and generated tens of billions of dollars in local economies, November 2013

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Climate Guardians descended on Melbourne’s iconic GPO as the IPCC released its Fifth Assessment Report summaries for policy makers, September 2013

1 thought on “Climate Guardians

  1. Hi guys, what a wonderful image of you at the Lorne sculpture festival. We are a community group- Surf Coast air Action -working hard to get the Alcoa coal mine and power plant at Anglesea closed. We are planning a Human sign on 22nd June at Anglesea beach. I noticed your fabulous flares and am wondering if you could let me know what they are and where we could perhaps get them. Would appreciate your help. thanks
    Regina Gleeson

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