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March 4 Earth is a fundraiser and educational website based in Tasmania, Australia. Slow your roll! Don’t click off just yet. It’s also a fun challenge and game with a totally tubular 80/90s pop-culture spin. Excellent!

support us

Are you a like-minded organisation or individual who would like to support March 4 Earth?

We’d like to understand your vision, how it aligns with March 4 Earth, and how you would like to be represented as a March for Earth contributor, partner, or sponsor.

We believe in partnerships that have mutual benefits so let us know what we can do for you!

not your average fundraiser

You might think we’re buggin’, but there’s a reason for that. Research shows that people ages 20-45 are the most disengaged with climate change and taking action to reduce their carbon footprint. What even is a carbon footprint anyway? By signing up, you will learn the answer to this burning question and more!

And we’re going to make it fun, challenging, and ensure you feel all warm and fuzzy for helping save the planet.

We’ve seen our friends and family put the planet in the ‘too hard basket’ for too long. We want to change that. Dude, it’s time to make this stuff mainstream!

meet the team

March for Earth was founded passionate Tasmanians who recognise that Climate Change is a complicated problem that is difficult to understand.

Together, they believe that education and giving people the opportunity to act will be a vehicle for social change.

Jacqui Collis

Jacqui is currently a Corporate Social Responsibility Analyst at an energy company in Tasmania. She has experience working in the areas of communications, corporate sponsorships, website development, information technology and project management within the private and non for profit sectors in the UK, Asia and Australia. Jacqui holds a Bachelor of Information Systems with a major in electronic media and also holds a Graduate Certificate in Internet Communications.

Jacqui loves to travel and has spent two years volunteering in Cambodia as part of the Australian Government’s Australian Youth Ambassadors for Development Program. In her spare time, Jacqui tutors English, paints, sings, bush walks and tries to ride a unicycle – but not all at the same time.

Favourite quote: “Confusion is the beginning of wisdom” – Socrates

Favourite movie: Shaun of the Dead

Guilty carbon pleasure: cranking up the heat pump instead of putting on a jumper

Fun fact: When she was 11, Jacqui won a TV show called “Australia’s Funniest People”.

Jenni Klaus

Jenni Klaus is a communications geek. She comes from a background in radio and journalism, but has experience in graphic design, traditional and digital media, marketing, and project management. Jenni has worked with the Australian Antarctic Division, National Science Week, and the College of Sciences and Engineering at the University of Tasmania and is surrounded by real, actionable data related to climate change. Jenni has made a dedicated effort to reduce her carbon footprint but admits that for individuals, it’s a challenge. She’s also really into pop culture, which makes her an ideal co-director of March 4 Earth.

Jenni hopes that cool dudes, dudettes, and non-binary folks across Australia will be able to benefit from March 4 Earth’s fun and easy to use platform for years to come.

Relevant quote: “The power is yours!” -Captain Planet

Favourite theme song: Star Wars

Guilty carbon pleasure: Flying, anywhere and everywhere possible

Nerdiest hobby: Painting mini-figures for Dungeons and Dragons

Nicole Calabria

Nicole studied journalism and electronic-media and has experience in communications, editing, writing, fine arts, community radio, and as a television journalist for a state-wide nightly news bulletin.

She loves reading, movies, great TV, travel, telling stories, and has a passion for animals and the environment. She is an 80s and 90s kid at heart and believes we can all work together to create positive change (and have fun doing it).

Relevant quote: “We could never have loved the earth so well if we had had no childhood in it.” George Eliot​

Guilty carbon pleasure: Too many take-aways and going to restaurants to eat out.

Pop culture favourite: Jim Henson’s Creature Workshop’s films and TV shows with actual puppets (Labyrinth, The Dark Crystal, Farscape, The Storyteller, etc.)

how you can get involved

Our website is missing a few things, it’s a bit of a bummer. You can’t even sign up yet! But we want to hear from you. Use the contact form or visit us on our socials. Just use the icon links on the top or bottom of the page, we don’t judge.

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