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
Mutu is a peer-to-peer rental marketplace that allows individuals & businesses to rent, lend, hire & share assets & equipment with people in their community.
Recently launched! This kiwi innovation is worth checking out as a means of reducing wast
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
In the link below you will find the slides used at the social media training given by Niki Morrell from Bold Communication, organised by the Tasman Environmental Trust.
It provides some useful tips in how to build, engage and grow community around yo
On our YouTube channel, you will find recordings of our meetings webinars and other resources of interest.
The Aotearoa Circle is a partnership of public and private sector leaders, committed to the pursuit of sustainable prosperity and reversing the decline of New Zealand’s natural resources. This is the Interim Report of their Sustainable Finance Forum
The purpose of this Hui was to feed into the strategic action plans of the Social Justice and Peace, Conflict and Reconciliation subgroups. The Hui began with a presentation on "A Regenerative and Redistributive Economy" by Joanna and Jack Santa Barb
Though I am immersed in Deep Adaptation - I often forget that many people I talk to in NTCF are not aware of what this term means. It is important to understand this movement if you wish to participate in Deep Adaptation's (previously Comm Tech) gro
In this webinar, we hear from regenerative agriculture experts Greg Hart and John King.
About John King:
As a Holisti
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
HELP NEEDED REGARDING ENERGY DESCENT DRAFT
You may recall that the Science Technology and Research Group did a webinar on the topic of Energy Desce
Jack Santa Barbara gave this presentation at the May 2020 hui on behalf of the Science, Technology and Research Group.
Presentation: Energy descent v5.pdf
- Our modern industrial civilization has
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
The below report reflects on the progress and opportunities of the Climate Forum from launching in February 2020, up to October 2020.
This is a Flood Models Map for Nelson City for the year 2100, with a sea level rise of 1m. It's an interactive map .... find it here in the Nelson City Council website
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