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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
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Lessons from working with faith groups:
Collaborate with religious scientists and local leaders. Even the most conservative faith communities hold scientists who advocate climate action. Find them, learn their arguments, and cite scripture passages
Our Operating Procedures set out how the Forum will function.
They can be read here: Nelson Tasman Climate Forum Operating Procedures approved March 2021.pdf
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
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
Five years ago, the United Nations Paris climate agreement set a ceiling for global warming at well below 2 °C, ideally 1.5 °C relative to pre-industrial levels. World leaders also agreed to balance greenhouse-gas emissions in the second half of the
Energy and Human Ambitions on a Finite Planet: Assessing and Adapting to Planetary Limits by Thomas W. Murphy, Jr. University of California, San Diego Published by eScholarship, University of California
Climate Action Tracker is an independent scientific analysis that tracks government climate action and measures it against the globally agreed Paris Agreement aim of "holding warming well below 2°C, and pursuing efforts to limit warming to 1.5°C." A
Report by Engineering and Physical Resources Council
We can’t wait for breakthrough technologies to deliver net-zero emissions by 2050. Instead, we can
plan to respond to climate chan
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
Fraser McGougan (42) is a fourth generation dairy farmer, who has just been appointed the chair of the DairyNZ Climate Change Ambassadors group. This interview was broadcast on Radio NZ Country Life this week.
We can learn much from other climate action-focused community organisations in NZ like We Are One based in Wanaka.
WAO have just shared their 2020 Annual Report along with advice not to print it out!
They've now been in existence for three y
Michael E Mann is one of the world’s most influential climate scientists. He rose to prominence in 1999 as the co-author of the “hockey-stick graph”, which showed the sharp rise in global temperatures since the industrial age. This was the clearest e
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