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Ordinary people, extraordinary change: addressing the climate emergency through 'quiet activism'

By Wendy Steele, Associate Professor, Centre for Urban Research, RMIT University
Diana MacCallum, Adjunct research academic, Curtin University
Donna Houston, Associate Professor, School of Social Sciences, Macquarie University
Jason Byrne, Professor of Human Geography and Planning, University of Tasmania
Jean Hillier, Professor Emerita, RMIT University
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In the absence of national leadership, local communities are forging new responses to the climate crisis in places where they live, work and play. These three examples show how.

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