The Climate Flag project can be picked up by anyone, anywhere. It’s a tool you can use to seed conversation, reflection and action on climate change.
Flags are made by the community, for the community. One flag is one voice and each voice will be joined to the next in a chorus.
Climate Flags can fly in public spaces around towns where they’re made. They can also be raised at rallies and events. See our gallery for ideas on how to use your flags.
This grass-roots project is not affiliated with any organisation. Click here to seed your community Climate Flag project.
The Climate Flag project was founded by a diverse group of residents from Castlemaine and surrounds, who are deeply concerned that communities, businesses and governments are not doing enough to make the rapid shift needed for a climate-safe future. Flags are now being made by community groups, friends, families and individuals around Australia. Everyone is welcome to be involved in the project and to become an organiser.
Watch this video to hear about the birth of the Climate Flags project and about a personal journey of moving from paralysis into action on climate change. This speech was by Climate Flags founder, Cassia Read, at the Climate Flags launch on Saturday 23rd February, 2019 at the Castlemaine library.
The Climate Flag team would like to acknowledge the Traditional Owners of this land. We pay our respects to their Elders, past and present.
We would also like to thank the following groups for their support: