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First NTCF Work Bee a Great Success

 Thirteen people met for a work bee along the Wai-iti River between Wakefield and Brightwater. We removed broom and released previously planted indigenous species that had become overgown by weeds. An excellent showing for our first effort!!  People from the Ecosystems and Biodiversity group were joined by friends from other…
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Introducing Jessie, our new admin/coordinator!

I'm delighted to introduce Jessie Cross to you, the Forum's wonderful new admin/coordinator. Jessie will be working 20 hours per week. She will:

  • Work with the Admin and Finance and Strategic Comms groups to help create systems for the ongoing admin/comms tasks of the Forum, and support their completion. 
  • Work with cluster coordinators and individual groups around the purpose of the Forum and key coordination themes, identified by the Coordination Group as…
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About NTCF

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

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

We have working groups in four thematic clusters.

  • Te Mana o te Taiao
  • The Well-Being of Our People
  • The Resilience of Our Systems
  • The Functioning of our Forum

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Charter and Strategy

Our Charter sets out a shared understanding of our commitments and goals, and how we intend to work together. It's a work in progress!

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Our  Nelson Tasman Climate Strategy will tell the story of where our region wants to be, how we’ll get there and reflect learning from successful action, updated research and changing circumstances. We're developing it over successive monthly hui.  Check the events for hui announcements 

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Image Credits:
 

Chris Booth  [Kaitiaki, 2011, Rotoroa Island, Hauraki Gulf]