Our climate is being derailed and it is time we get it back on track!

Join us for #ClimateOnTrack where we bring you some of Australia's most sought-after speakers in Prom Area Climate Action's panel discussion of the year, facilitated by no other than comedian and presenter Dan Ilic.

This is a family-friendly and inclusive event and we also invite you, your family & (4 legged fur) friends to join us for the second part of the event as we walk, run, ride the rail trail showing our governments that we want strong, nature friendly climate action and that #togetherwecan.

Register now and treat yourself to this special COP26 event!

*panel discussion tickets are limited, so better get in quick! 
**Zoom link to view the panel discussion will be sent via email 
South Gippsland,
online and on rail trail
Date & Time
7th November, 2021
Rail Trail: 9am - 3pm
Panel: 11am - 12:30pm

9am - 3pm
Walk, Run and Ride the Rail Trail
Take your friends, family & fur babies and get them on track walking/running/riding the Great Southern Rail Trail anywhere between Leongatha and Fish Creek for as long as you feel like.

Make sure you wear your brightest yellow shirt and post a picture of yourself on Facebook tagging us @prom_area_climate_action using the following hashtags #ClimateOnTrack #TogetherWeCan
11am - 12:30pm
Panel discussion and Q&A
Mara Bún (President ACF), Tony Haymet, PhD (Climate Scientist) and Charlie Prell (Chair Farmers for Climate Action) not only bring their vast expertise and wisdom to the table as they talk about COP26, they also discuss the climate solutions available today that Australia should be concentrating on right now. Attendees have the opportunity to ask questions they may have in our Q&A session at the end of the discussion.

Facilitated by Dan Ilic, this event is sure not to be missed!
Our Star Speakers
Will bring Glasgow straight to Gippsland 
Mara Bún
President ACF
Tony Haymet
climate scientist
Charlie Prell
Chair Farmers for climate action
Dan Ilic
Comedian & Presenter
Win some great prizes!

19th Oct - 7th Nov
Find our posters with the fun activities and send us your solutions!
We've distributed some event posters around different towns in South Gippsland (Leongatha, Koonwarra, Korrumburra, Meeniyan, Fish Creek, Foster, Tarwin Lower, Inverloch, Venus Bay, Sandy Point, Toora) for you to find and participate in our fun activities for your chance to win some awesome prizes

1. Find our event posters with the activities
2. Scan the QR code, watch the video clip or movie
3. Think about how you would solve this problem in your town or region
4. Send us your photos, pictures and solutions by 7th November

Let's see which town will come up with the best solutions!

Tip: You will also find all activities on Prom Area Climate Action's website
Prize 1-3: voucher for dinner at a local pub (valued at $80 each)
Prize 4-8: super cute native stuffed animal 

We have 3 pub dinner vouchers and 5 special native stuffed animals to give away for the best solutions, photos and pictures, that we receive from you by 7th November.

Winners will be picked by a jury and announced on 10th November via Facebook and email.
The festival acknowledges that the event is held and anchored in the lands of the traditional owners - The Bunurong and the Gunaikurnai and offers its respects to Elders past, current & emerging.

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