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Karlo Mila’s Poem for The Commonwealth

POEM FOR THE COMMONWEALTH 2018 By Karlo Mila Watch the video of Karlo at the Fossil Free Acceleration Tour (Auckland, 7th May 2018) here: We gather here and feel the weight of the world on our shoulders. It does not feel like we’ve inherited  commonwealth. But rather common problems. If we are to heed the (More...)

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On My Way to the Fossil Free Acceleration Tour

By Rosemary Penwarden I’m on my way to speak at climate guru and 350.org co-founder Bill McKibben’s Fossil Fuel Acceleration Tour in Wellington – the slow way, since I’ve stopped flying. Not quite – I have saved one last flight for my mum. She’s 93. I live in the south, she in the north. I (More...)

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How Bill McKibben changed my Life

By Áine Kelly-Costello In 2013, I was just another uni student. I was staying at halls, looking for the odd interesting event to mosey along to with friends to distract me from my upcoming English essays and Music Theory assignments. One evening, just such an event that most of my dinner dinner table were heading (More...)

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Go Fossil Free

Get Started: The first step is easy — gathering a few people together to talk about what a local Fossil Free campaign could look like. Check out the Gathering Guide to help you host the gathering, and then invite some people over! Learn about hosting a gathering Already in a group that would be interested? Other (More...)

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Government decision marks “the beginning of the end for the fossil fuel industry in NZ” – 350 Aotearoa

Press Release   12 April, 2018 Government decision marks “the beginning of the end for the fossil fuel industry in NZ” – 350 Aotearoa 350 Aotearoa says the government’s decision to ban new offshore oil and gas projects spells the beginning of the end for fossil fuels in New Zealand.   “New Zealanders have shown (More...)

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Art for Social Change: An Interview with Jose Cano

  I spoke with Nelson based photographer Jose Cano about the role of creativity in activism. Jose was born in Spain and worked for several years in the fashion industry, before travelling the Mediterranean, Africa and Asia. Initially focused on documentary photography, as a witness of the social problems of our world, he later turn (More...)

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