A Global Network of Animal Health Professionals Concerned About Climate Change and the Environment
Veterinarians for Climate Action speak up for animals ahead of federal election
As vets, we’re passionate about animals and we know that most Australians are too. And we see that all kinds of animals are harmed by the effects of a changing climate.
That’s why Vets for Climate Action are calling for strong, rapid greenhouse gas emissions.
The science in this latest IPCC reports tells us that, because we’ve let things get away, we need to use every tool in the toolbox, now, to keep the things the way we want them for animals and people. That means all us - individuals, business, finance, industry and government at federal, state and local levels, of all stripes, all working together and doing the very best we can to genuinely reduce emissions as much as possible.
People can help us out, by spreading the message that if you love an animal, climate change is an important issue for you.
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Hi, my name is Angela. I'm a biologist, veterinary oncologist, mother, small business owner and climate advocate.