Supporting TSI communities

This month the Climate Frontlines collective met to reflect on the Torres Strait climate advocacy project. Starting in March last year, the project aimed to educate and mobilise support for climate change issues in the Torres Strait. This meeting was a good opportunity to reflect on the project’s achievements. Kate Morioka, from The Goodness Inc, and Uncle Thomas Sebasio, two of the key project team, both attended the meeting and were pleased with the project outcomes. The project involved two trips to the Torres Strait and four community forums.  The visits and the forums in Cairns and Thursday Island  provided good opportunities to build relationships with the Torres Strait community. The Climate Frontlines collective will meet again next month to plan the next stage of the project.  New members welcome!

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