The event will be hosted by GetUp Chair and former Head of Sustainability at the National Centre of Indigenous Excellence (NCIE), Carla McGrath — and there are still limited spaces available!
They'll discuss Tim's latest book, The Climate Cure: Solving the Climate Emergency in the Era of COVID-19, and how lessons from the coronavirus pandemic can help shape an effective government-led climate response.
Don't miss out on what's sure to be an illuminating discussion: RSVP to save your spot today!
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Of course the GetUp movement has opposed Malcolm Turnbull on many issues. Throughout his Prime Ministership Getup members, movement allies and affected communities campaigned against harmful decisions from his government. We will continue to hold him and others to account where they get it wrong.
But in recent times Malcolm Turnbull has stepped up his criticism of the government's inaction – and the Murdoch empire he sees as a key blocker on these issues. While we don't endorse many aspects of Turnbull's prime ministership – he is a rare, and powerful voice in reaching across party lines to reach the kind of consensus we need on ambitious climate policy.
And right now strong climate action needs every single advocate it can get.
With US president-elect Joe Biden pledging to rejoin the Paris Agreement when he assumes office in January1 and the NSW state government investing a record-breaking $32 billion in renewables,2 this week has brought renewed hope for a safe, stable climate.
Now, it's Scott Morrison's turn. Join us tomorrow night to hear how the Morrison government can follow other global leaders suit and move forward with effective, science-led climate action today.
Here's a copy of the original invitation we sent you.
 Joe Biden's victory means now is the time for Scott Morrison to pivot on climate change: Malcolm Turnbull, SBS News, 8 November 2020