The survey results so far show that 2,611 Australians are taking 59,703 safe-climate actions, but we are sure there are more!

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The following friends are helping us by asking their local residents, customers, members, students, staff, or associates to take the One Person Can survey. With their help we can quickly reach many more householders than we'd ever manage alone. They, along with our individual friends who are spreading the word, are helping to accumulate data showing that "everyone is doing it" so that nobody need ever again think that one person's actions don't count. Sincere thanks to you all!

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2012 Walk for Solar    link
Aaron Dillaway MP (Bulimba, Qld.)    link
Adelaide and Mount Lofty Ranges NRM board    link
Alligator Creek B&B, near Townsville, Qld    link
Amanda Bresnan MLA (Brindabella, ACT)    link
Amanda Rishworth MP (Kingston, SA)    link
Andrew Leigh MP (Fraser, ACT)    link
Andrew Waddell MLA (Forrestfield, WA)    link
Ashfield Council, NSW    link
AVJennings    link
Brian Wightman MP (Bass, Tas)    link
Brisbane City Council, Qld    link
Broken Hill City Council, NSW    link
Campbelltown City Council, SA    link
Canberra Carbon Challenge    link
Caroline Le Couteur MLA (Molonglo, ACT)    link
Chooktopia    link
City of Ballarat, Vic    link
City of Nedlands, WA    link
City of Onkaparinga, SA    link
City of Port Phillip, Vic    link
City of Ryde, NSW    link
City of Tea Tree Gully, SA    link
City of Wanneroo, WA    link
City of West Torrens, SA    link
City of Yarra, Vic    link
Computerpals for Seniors - Manly Inc.    link
District Council of Mallala, SA    link
Frankston City Council, Vic    link
Gold Coast City, Qld    link
Holroyd City, NSW    link
Hunter's Hill Council, NSW    link
John Kobelke MLA (Balcatta, WA)    link
Kim Booth MP (Bass, Tas)    link
Marrickville Council, NSW    link
Moreton Bay Regional Council, Qld    link
Mornington Peninsula Shire, Vic    link
Mosman Municipal Council, NSW    link
Nick McKim MP (Franklin, Tas)    link
North Burnett Regional Council, Qld    link
Northern Midlands Council, Tas    link
Parsons Brinckerhoff (Adelaide)    link
Penrith City Council, NSW    link
Randwick City Council, NSW    link
Rob Molhoek MP (Southport, Qld.)    link
Rockdale City, NSW    link
Rotary Club of Randwick, NSW    link
SA Seniors Card Unit    link
Shane Rattenbury MLA (Molonglo, ACT)    link
Southern Midlands Council, Tas    link
Steven Marshall MP (Norwood, SA)    link
Sunshine Coast Council, Qld    link
Thorndon Park Kindergarten (SA)    link
Tony Zappia MP (Makin, SA)    link
Town of Walkerville, SA    link
Warringah Council, NSW    link
Willoughby City Council, NSW    link
Wollongong City Council, NSW    link
Woollahra Municipal Council, NSW    link
WSG Earth Fest 2012, Sale, Vic    link
Comments

We need millions of Australians to take the One Person Can survey in order to build enough data to inspire an effective society-wide response to climate change. We could never do that without the help of Our Friends!
- One Person Can, February 2012
This is a great initiative – it has the potential to give visibility to just how far local communities are moving towards adopting more planet-friendly ways of living. By recording your actions you give encouragement not just to other residents but also to the dedicated council staff running sustainability education programs. They really value the feedback.
- Cr Warren Yates, Mosman, Feb 2012
We support your work entirely and are really pleased to see someone attending to the vitally important task of documenting community efforts to mitigate emissions. This is a challenge that we, as a Territory, face, as we develop strategies to ensure that our 40% by 2020 (and zero emissions by 2060) target is met, documented and appropriately accounted for nationally.
- Shane Rattenbury MLA (ACT), Feb 2012
We deliver a range of workshops and events that promote and support environmentally sustainable living choices at work, in the home, in schools and local communities. We encourage attendees to take the One Person Can survey and it's inspiring to see the number of participants from the City of Onkaparinga growing.
- City of Onkaparinga, March 2012