CCBR recognised at 2018 NSW Environment Awards 



For a group that has demonstrated an outstanding commitment to and success in conservation.

Climate Change Balmain Rozelle

The citation reads:-

Climate Change Balmain Rozelle is a vibrant climate group with lots of energy.

The group was initially nurtured by NCC and began meeting regularly and having a presence at local shopping precincts and markets. In early 2006, five members of the original working party decided to focus their energies on a single key issue and so formed a new, non-partisan group.


Some of their achievements in 2017-18 are


  • keeping climate relevant locally with Climate in the Pub events six times a year on topics as diverse as fracking, energy efficiency and legal actions on climate change;
  • mobilisation and support for #Time2Choose and other rallies; initiating the
  • Get on to Gladys/Let Luke Know letter campaign about climate policy;
  • representations to Federal MP Anthony Albanese about his position on Adani and new coal;
  • encouraging members to write letters to Sydney and local newspapers;
  • producing and distributing election summaries (council and Bennelong by-elections) comparing candidates' climate policies;
  • increasing visibility in the area with leafleting, petition-gathering, etc., at local farmers' markets;
  • issuing regular e-newsletters to a list of 1,000, with a diary of upcoming events as well as news and analysis on a selection of issues each month;
  • and working with the Australian Conservation Foundation to reach the target of One Million Conversations about climate. 

 Media release (pdf) (doc)

Inner West Council Election 2017 
We asked local candidates about their policies for climate action. Read their responses here before you vote:
Balmain ward Leichhardt ward

On the radio . . .

Dominic Case interviewed about CCBR and Climate in the Pub on 2SER-FM

Dominic Case was interviewed about CCBR and Climate in the Pub on 2SER-FM

#STOPADANI letters to Albo

We collected over 600 letters to local MP Anthony Albanese, listing our objections to the proposed Adani coal mine in N Queensland, and asking that he and Labor clearly state their opposition to the mine. This video shows how we delivered the letters in person.