A groundswell of collective action is needed to create a better future.
We support those actions that lead to a future grounded in social, intergenerational and ecological equity, with decentralised renewable energy production and a safe and stable climate.
In Queensland, this will be achieved by the measured phase out of the coal industry and by enacting a just transition into renewable energy production.
Six Degrees is working to develop a network of coal affected communities to build opposition to the coal industry in regional areas, and is supporting the development of the broader climate movement in the state and Australia-wide.This work is undertaken in solidarity with the traditional indigenous owners of country.
Six Degrees believes in the power and strategic role of non-violent direct action in the campaign against coal use in
We have, and will continue to take direct action against the coal industry, as well as empowering community members to take action of their own accord.