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MEDIA ALERT: Climate Council and sports stars to launch new fossil fuel-free sponsorship code Wednesday, May 31

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What: High profile artists, climate experts and former WA Premier Carmen Lawrence will attend a press conference in Perth on Wednesday to launch a new Code to remove fossil fuel sponsorships from sports and arts in Australia. 

They will also launch the Climate Council’s new report, “Calling Time: How to Remove Fossil Fuel Sponsorships From Sports, Arts and Events", developed with Edith Cowan University.

When: 11.30 am AWST, Wednesday, 31 May 2023
Where: The Local Hotel, in the Garage, 282 South Terrace, South Fremantle WA 6162

Talent: speakers at the press conference will include:

  • Ballardong Noongar man Desmond Blurton, a painter and didgeridoo player
  • Former WA Premier Carmen Lawrence
  • Climate Council councillor, Australian Renewable Energy Agency Chair and former CEO of BP Australasia, Greg Bourne
  • Edith Cowan University professor and report co-author, Professor Sophia Nimphius

For interviews please contact George Hyde on 0431 330 919 (in Perth) or Dylan Quinnell on 0450 668 350 (in Melbourne)

The Climate Council is Australia’s leading community-funded climate change communications organisation. We provide authoritative, expert and evidence-based advice on climate change to journalists, policymakers, and the wider Australian community.

For further information, go to: climatecouncil.org.au
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