What’s on

Past events and actions

2023 AGM

The project team from Someva Renewables reported on the contribution the Coonerang wind farm will make to the renewable energy transition.

The report was presented to CAM by Jamie Chivers (Managing Director), Tim Mead (Development Director) and Greg Ley (stakeholder engagement lead, Co-CEO and Director of Lecroma).

2023 Monaro by-election candidate’s climate policy survey

Climate scorecard based on candidate survey

Steve Whan, the candidate representing the Labor party did not fill in our survey, instead he provided a comprehensive response to our questions, here.

EV-ent at Cooma Motorfest

For the first time ever, electric vehicles (EV) will be part of Cooma Motorfest! Car enthusiasts from across the region and beyond explored a wide range of EV’s and talked to experts about the transition. Climate Action Monaro is grateful to our sponsors Boco Rock, Snowy Regional Solar and ION DNA Electric Vehicles.

2023 state by-election candidates forum

Presented by the Nature Conservation Council NSW and CAM. This forum gave candidates in the NSW seat of Monaro the chance to state their position on key climate change and environmental issues. Voters had a chance to quiz the candidates in more depth.
Written and authorised by: Jo Oddie, President, Climate Action Monaro, P. O. Box 175, Jindabyne 2627.

ZeroSE Launch with Dr Ken Henry

Climate Action Monaro is proud to support
ZeroSE-a Citizen’s Alliance:

  • Dedicated to reducing carbon emissions below zero in south east NSW.
  • A number of CAM Committee members, including President Jo Oddie, were integral to the project.
  • ZeroSE uses evidence-based research to show how to reach our emissions target and create local jobs and a healthy environment for the future.
  • ZeroSE are lobbying for policy change to accelerate our transition to a low carbon economy.
  • ZeroSE resources they developed that match current scientific research.

2021 Electric Vehicle Day

On 22 May CAM hosted a special event focused on renewable energy powered Electric Vehicles and equipment at Cooma Car Club.

2020 Lessons from the fires

Associate Professor Dr Kevin Tolhurst, University of Melbourne: Setting the Record Straight on Hazard Reduction Burning

Professor Jason Sharples, School of Science, University of NSW Canberra: Article by Elliot Williams quoting Prof Sharples.

Major-General (ret.) Peter Dunn AO, Emergency Leaders for Climate Action, Volunteer recovery coordinator Conjola: Bushfires: prepared or not?