Turn your climate concerns into climate actions, by putting pressure on our MPs and getting some action in parliament!
Why write letters?
Letters to MPs are taken very seriously – and counted! For everyone who takes the time to raise an issue with them, they know there are many more people who feel the same way. If they receive lots of correspondence on a particular issue, it will be discussed in policy meetings and can have an effect on decision-making.
Letters to the Editor of a newspaper or online media are a powerful tool. They can reach a large audience, raise awareness and stimulate community conversation about issues. Letters to the Editor also allow us to engage with MPs and policy makers in an indirect way.
Who to write to
Details for MPs and Ministers
- State local MPs Click to see a list of contact details
- Victorian Planning Minister, Ms Lizzie Blandthorn:
(03) 8683 0964
- Victorian Minister for Energy, Environment and Climate Change Lily D’Ambrosio: email@example.com (03)96379504
Details for Letters to the Editor
Join with others
Geelong Sustainability MP Engagement Group provides a way that you can turn your climate concerns into climate actions, working together and encouraging each other to put pressure on our MPs and get some action in parliament!
Meeting on the third Wed of every month, usually online, we have great sessions – lots of talking and participation – and true to our aim, letters and emails are written and sent!
Using the Climate for Change briefs and templates we write to politicians at Local, State and Federal levels, addressing the climate change issues that are important to us as individuals.
Most importantly we feel safe, encouraged and informed, and we enjoy connecting! Please join us – everyone is welcome. No experience necessary – come as you are!
Get a headstart by downloading one of our letter templates.