The Labor Environment Action Network
The Labor Environment Action Network (LEAN) is a network of grassroots Labor members from across Australia who are committed to taking action on Climate change sustainability. LEAN members volunteer their time to help raise awareness about climate change and other environmental causes.

Join this group along with other ALP members who are committed to taking action on combating climate change and discussing ways to spread the word to the wider community.

To find out more and officially join LEAN, visit: www.lean.net.au
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  • Posted: 6/04/2013 12:44:34 PM | By: vnicSYD

    I am new to this group and passionate about securing a moratorium on GMO products in Australia, if you share my view please add me as a friend.

  • Posted: 6/04/2013 11:58:19 AM | By: vnicSYD

    @ Christian - I support Carbon Tax simply because I don't believe humans have the right to burn the Earths resources. We are not the only species on this planet. If we can't use renewable free energy we don't deserve energy at all.

  • Posted: 20/03/2013 2:44:25 PM | By: MikeC49

    As a member of Labor Connect, if I wanted to join this Environment Network group where do I go? I sought to connect with The Labor Environment Action Network at the recommended site and it simply doesn't come up ie at www.lean.net.au

    Thanks, M

  • Posted: 11/03/2013 3:40:58 PM | By: CraigRowley

    India is now building solar canals to produce energy whilst slowing water loss. We should look closely at India's initiative: http://www.thehindubusinessline.com/industry-and-economy/government-and-policy/article3346191.ece?homepage=true

  • Posted: 20/09/2012 7:45:56 AM | By: Ramsar

    I've been a member for over 20 yrs. Will always vote Labor but am thinking of resigning the party. I am so over the double standard. For Tony Burke to sign off on sand mining in Bowling Green Bay National Park is not what I thought Labor stood f

  • Posted: 7/08/2012 3:22:51 PM | By: JohnB1234

    I cannot understand why the ALP is not going in harder with it’s Carbon Tax explanation / justification.

    The reason for the required action is being grossly undersold; the ALP is letting Abbot / News LTD /shock jocks etc lead the argument with the

  • Posted: 22/05/2012 11:14:31 PM | By: Thorogood

    Good on Labor for thinking of the big picture! (on carbon tax) anyone tell me what parts of the proceeds are going towards developing renewable &sustainable power sources in Australia?

  • Posted: 2/05/2012 3:43:02 PM | By: TalkbackRadio

    Hi everyone. I host a national talkback radio show, I'm keen to speak to anyone that supports this government and it's carbon tax and would be interested in coming on the show for a few minutes tonight. Cheers. Christian

  • Posted: 24/04/2012 11:08:14 AM | By: Student101

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  • Posted: 24/04/2012 11:03:40 AM | By: Student101


    I am conducting a study on people’s level of concern about climate change as part of my psychology honors research at the University of New England.

    The study consists of some demographic questions, a thought listing task, and some ques

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