top of page
  • Facebook

WE'VE COLLECTED CANDIDATE SUBMISSIONS, WORKED WITH NGOS FROM AROUND THE COUNTRY, SCOURED PARTY ANNOUNCEMENTS AND SCRUTINISED VOTING RECORDSSO YOU'VE GOT ALL THE INFORMATION YOU NEED COME POLLING DAY

JUST SCROLL UP THIS PAGE, CLICK ON YOUR RELEVANT ELECTORATE, AND A VOTING GUIDE TAILORED FOR YOU WILL DOWNLOAD AUTOMATICALLY WITH INFORMATION ON THE HOUSE AND THE SENATE.

 

A SAFE VOTE FOR A SAFE ENVIRONMENT

TASMANIAN CLIMATE SCORECARDS

TCC 2024 Climate Scorecard

Safe Climate Scorecards

Tasmanian State Election 2024

 

Download a copy of the scorecard.

Want to know how we got these results? Click below.

We're on a mission to create a more humane and sustainable state, but we need your support

Latest News

Catch up on the latest news & updates here

4 April 2024

Giant Tree Policy changed!

Some good news coming from our forests - the Giant Tree Policy has been changed to include more trees, and will result in a few thousand hectares of forests to be saved.

#Giant Trees

30 March 2024

The Australia Institute 2024 Climate Integrity Summit

Leading experts, political leaders and First Nations leaders make it clear what the solutions are to the climate crisis, and how to implement them.

Climate Integrity Summit

27 March 2024

Tasmania's first Citizen Assembly

A diverse representation of people who work, live and study in Hobart gathered to discuss and put forward recommendations for the city to better manage the current climate and biodiversity crisis.

New climate strategy

22 March 2024

Climate change absent from the Tasmanian election narrative?

Despite the majority of voters believing the government should be doing more to address climate change, the major parties seem to be ignoring the climate crisis, perhaps in the hope it will go away?

#VoteClimate #politas

Tasmanian Climate Collective

Connecting groups and individuals to encourage, promote and initiate climate action across lutruwita/Tasmania through cooperation, influence and knowledge sharing

Learn More

Upcoming Events

Climate related events happening across Tasmania

Launch event

Launch event! The Community Accelerator Fund

Climate 200

22nd May

Public Seminar, Online

Voyages in the Deep Sea

University of Tasmania

22nd May

Webinar

The circular economy and decarbonisation

The Australia Institute

23rd May

Repair Cafe

Eastside Repair Cafe

Clarence Council & Clarence Climate Action

25th May

Writing for Climate Workshop

Writing letters is a powerful way to create change and conversation in your community.  The following recording is from our most recent Writing for Climate Workshop, ran by Dr Jen Sanger of The Trees Project. Dr Sanger covers both writing to the editor of a local paper and writing to politicians. Video link below opens in a new window.

Useful Resources

bottom of page