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AGM + talk on climate action

Nicolette BoeleRegistration recommended but not essential

2:30 pm, 2 November St Andrews Uniting Church, corner of Vernon Street and Chisholm Street, Turramurra

After our annual general meeting, join us to hear Nicolette Boele's views on:

  • how individuals’ choices from groceries to superannuation can make a difference for our climate
  • the power of engaging in our democracy and ways to best engage elected officials to advocate for social, environmental and climate justice causes
  • the various political parties’ plans for and performance on our energy and climate crises


Nicolette Boele is a democracy worker, climate policy, clean energy and finance executive.

Aside from being a mother of two adult children, Nicolette is a responsible investment and clean energy executive with more than 30 years' experience in capital markets, sustainability, and climate change policy. Her professional interest lies in building purpose into finance, and growing just, social and equitable capitals to underpin resilient and sustainable economies.

She has held executive roles at the Responsible Investment Association Australasia, The Climate Institute, and the Clean Energy Finance Corporation. She has also worked to better climate and consumer outcomes at the Smart Energy Council, Australian Conservation Foundation, Investor Group on Climate Change, and the Sustainable Energy Development Authority. She is an advisor to the board of The Good Car Company and a member of the Climate Impact Committee for New Zealand’s Climate Venture Capital Fund.

Nicolette Boele is the community independent candidate for the federal seat of Bradfield, where in 2022, she enjoyed one of the largest primary vote swings against a sitting member, anywhere in the country. Keen to demonstrate what true representation can deliver, she has declared she will stand again for election in 2025.

Event Properties

Event Date 02-11-2024 2:30 pm
Location St Andrews, cnr Vernon St and Chisholm St, Turramurra