Lumen student on national TV

SPEAKING OUT: Annalise Pietrowski asks her question about climate change during the ABC's Q&A program.
SPEAKING OUT: Annalise Pietrowski asks her question about climate change during the ABC's Q&A program.

Lumen Christi Catholic College student Annalise Pietrowski won applause from student panelists on the ABC’s Q&A program on Monday, September 10, when she asked a question about climate change.

Annalise was part of a 21-strong group of Lumen Christi students who were in the audience at the ANU’s Llewellyn Hall, Canberra for the program which focused on student panellists alongside Opposition Leader in the Senate Penny Wong and National Party deputy leader Bridget McKenzie. 

Against the background of the Tathra and Bemboka bushfires, and a section of right-wing climate change deniers in the Liberal party, Annalise posed her question.

“When will we finally get politicians who will act for our future and take meaningful action on climate change,” she asked.

Lumen Christi students in Canberra.

Lumen Christi students in Canberra.

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