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An interview with Joanna Santa Barbara

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Last month Nelson Tasman Climate Forum members elected Joanna Santa Barbara as the chair of the Forum's leadership group. As NTCF's Communications Manager, I had the pleasure of interviewing her.

Áine: How would you describe the Forum in one sentence? 
Joanna: The Forum is a citizens’ movement to bring us together to make actual our necessary transformation to a climate stable world. 

Áine: What skills will you bring to the Chair position?
Joanna:  I have some experience in bringing people together to act on existence-threatening matters and in holding the big picture in focus while we work together on the details of what we must accomplish. 

Áine: How do…

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About the Climate Forum

The Nelson Tasman Climate Forum is a community-led initiative open to everyone. 

We aim to get get everyone in our climate change response waka paddling quickly in the same direction.

Our mission is to weave individuals, households, civil society organisations, businesses, councils and iwi together around urgent, strategic action on climate change in the Nelson-Tasman region. 

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