On Sunday 18 July 2021, Track Zero NZ brought together an amazing group via livestream from Te Papa for a wide-ranging conversation on how art, music and stories can ignite climate innovation and change. The harmonious vibe between the participantin
This five week free EdX course starts on 18 July 2021 and introduces the basics of climate science and communication strategies to help empower educators, volunteers and individuals to talk about climate change as a means to inspire action. This co
It feels like repairing stuff has gone mainstream. And it’s about time. Our current system sees far too many resources used for products that become landfill far too quickly. It’s us, as consumers, who pay the price while manufacturers and retailers
For decades, scientists have built and refined global climate models to predict the changes wrought by greenhouse-gas emissions. The models capture broad trends; they don’t make localized predictions. But such predictions are what municipal planners
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Climate change and biodiversity loss are two of the most pressing issu
How do we motivate people to take action on climate change with photography and video? In this tutorial, Adam Corner from www.climateoutreach.org & www.climatevisuals.org and Liz Banse from www.resource-media.org share 10 principles for telling comp
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A superb animated infographic and the first in a series of three stories from ABC News Story Lab exploring why action on climate change is picking up urgency, and the opportunities we have to solve this global problem. It was created by Australians
It's all about finding new ways to do the things that we've done in a high carbon way over the course of our lives. A deeper understanding of how people, groups and communities make their decisions can help policy makers and others identify the unde
The climate crisis is already affecting children and young people, both physically, developmentally and emotionally. Climate-related anxiety, worry and lack of hope for the future are growing problems that affect young people’s mental health. A recen
Ecologist Mike Joy, a senior researcher At Victoria Univerity of Wellington, says he's disappointed in the final report released by the Climate Change commission yesterday. In this RNZ podcast he he talks to Wallace about where he thinks the report
Damian Carrington, the Guardian's environment editor writes:
"So it’s goodbye climate deniers, hello – and you’ll pardon me for being blunt here – climate bullshitters.
The impacts of the climate emergency are now so obvious, only the truly deluded s
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The Deep South Challenge (DSC) welcomes the opportunity to make a submission on the Climate Change Commission’s (CCC) Draft Advice for Consultation. The DSC’s mission is to enable New Z
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