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
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Climate activism — often driven by young people — has played a huge role in informing the world about the risks of the climate crisis. As school strikers take their campaign online during global COVID-19 lockdowns, we
Our Charter sets out a shared understanding of our commitments and goals, and how we intend to work together.
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At our March 2021 Hui, we reached consensus to adopt this Framework for our Plan to Weave our Communities together.pdf
This "Weaving Plan" is an internally-focused document, designed to help the Forum's groups to work collaboratively on actions that
Concern about climate change is increasing among all generations in New Zealand — but data show younger people have always led the way.
The New Zealand Attitudes and Values Survey, based at the University of Auckland, asks New Zealanders for their op
A five-part documentary series on the impact of climate change for New Zealand's future - well worth a watch!
Part 1 Temperatures Rising: Aotearoa is getting warmer. How do we know this and what will happen over the
We had a jam-packed agenda for our March hui on Wednesday 10th March 2021 via Zoom, here are the highlights:
- We reached consensus on the changes to pages 18 and 19, and a small wording adjustment on page 23 of the Climate Action Book. The Climate Ac
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
The below report reflects on the progress and opportunities of the Climate Forum from launching in February 2020, up to October 2020.
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This not-to-be-missed conversational podcast series sees James Shaw (New Zealand's Minister for Climate Change and Green Party co-leader) and some of the world's leading thinkers to explore the big ideas about how we solve the climate crisis and rene
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