The Climate Action Book: A Climate Action Plan for Nelson Tasman, 2021 marks the work of the first 12 months of the Nelson Tasman Climate Forum. It represents a collaboration across all of the Forum's groups, collated by our wonderful Climate Action Plan group.

It's an ambitious plan for the Nelson Tasman Region and is filled with climate action opportunities for all of our communities. We will be voting on whether to adopt the Climate Action Book at our February Hui, on 20th February 2021 10am - 3pm at theHeadingly Centre, Richmond. Please register here if you'd like to come along.

You can read the book here: The-Climate-Action-Book-Feb-2021.pdf

Thank you to everyone who has contributed ideas, time, knowledge and skill to create such an important resource for our region. Thanks in particular to our CAP team for their many hours of work in refining and editing the book into something that we hope will appeal to a wide audience to inspire climate action. 

Additional resources that relate to the content of the book will be uploaded here over the coming weeks, so please keep an eye out for them.


Toitū te marae a Tane-Mahuta, Toitū te marae a Tangaroa, Toitū te tangata
If the land is well and the sea is well, the people will thrive

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