On this sunny day in Melbourne, Amy, Megan, Jake and I attended the Say Yes Australia rally at the State Library on behalf of the Melton Sustainable Living Group. The event was very well attended, and I hope that it sends a message to the decision makers in Canberra that we want action on climate change right now. I saw a story on the ABC News which mentioned that it was estimated that 40,000 concerned citizens attended throughout all the rallies Australia wide. Well done everyone!
Here are a few snaps of our day. Photos by Megan (click on them to enlarge).
|Jake, Amy & I waiting for the VLine train
|Waiting for the Rally to start.
|Inside the Latrobe Reading Room – State Library of Victoria.
|Latrobe Reading Room
|Very Excited to be here!
|To the right.
|To the left.
|Those turtles always turn up to these events!
|Love the signs!
We had a great few hours in the city, and I felt so inspired that I had to plant some salad greens seeds in my greenhouse. Weird I know, but what better way to act than to grow your own food! Power to the people.
To see what happened at the Sydeny event, visit Sarhn’s website “Greener Me“. Nice video Sarhn!