Please take a few minutes to share your opinion on climate change/global warming.

The UN climate talks, culminating in Paris in December this year, have the aim of achieving a legally binding and universal agreement from all the nations of the world on actions to prevent dangerous global warming, i.e. actions to keep climate change under 2 degrees above pre-industrial levels. This survey asks you about Australia’s role in these negotiations.

In April 2015 the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet stated: 'Australia has warmed by 0.9°C since 1910, with most of the warming since 1950. There has been a rise in sea levels of about 20 centimetres over the past century, increased ocean acidification and a shift in rainfall patterns'.

* 1. How concerned are you about climate change?

* 2. What contribution should Australia make to greenhouse gas emission reductions at the UN climate talks?

Actions you would like to see Australia take to address climate change

* 10. Is there anything else you would like our state or federal governments to do to address climate change?

* 11. How important is the issue of climate change in determining your vote at the next election?

The following questions assist us in understanding a little about the people who complete this survey.

* 12. What is your gender?

* 13. What is your age?

* 16. Do you have any other comments, questions, or concerns?

* 17. Thank you for completing this survey for Curtin's CASE. We are a community group which connects Julie Bishop, our elected representative and Australia's lead negotiator at the UN climate talks, with her constituents regarding action on climate change.

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*For more information on actions the government and you can take to address climate change, please visit our website: or Facebook page:

For specific issues:
  • Renewable Energy Target: (
  • Hydraulic fracturing (fracking):
  • Price on carbon pollution:
  • divestment from fossil fuel industries:
  • halting all new coal and gas mines because of the planet's need to keep most of our remaining fossil fuel reserves in the ground, e.g. see
  • For the impact of the proposed Galilee basin coal mine, see:
  • moving the Australian economy to 100% renewable energy: