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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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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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Environmental heavyweights pen letter to Govt: “End new fossil fuels now”

The country’s largest environmental organisations have sent an open letter to the Government this morning, calling for an end to new fossil fuel expansion.   Forest and Bird, 350 Aotearoa, WWF-New Zealand, and Greenpeace New Zealand, have requested that Jacinda Ardern’s Government turns “passion into action, by taking bold and decisive measures to protect our (More...)

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Open letter to the Government regarding fossil fuels and climate change

20th Dec, 2017 Open letter to the Government regarding fossil fuels and climate change Tēnā koe, This morning we woke to the news that France – one of the world’s superpowers – has become the first country in the world to refuse to issue any new oil and gas permits. Earlier this week, Belize’s Senate (More...)

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Meet the volunteers: three 350 Aotearoa members from around NZ

Behind any strong movement is a strong team of people that upholds it. At 350 Aotearoa, our volunteers are our lifeline; they give a voice to our environment by driving actions with the passion and assertiveness needed toward building a better, cleaner future. We often get caught up in the cause – the excitement of the actions, (More...)

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No More Oil Nonsense

It is 2017. Our new government has made climate change a top priority because we know we must not dig or drill for any new fossil fuels if we are to have a liveable climate. But It is almost like New Zealand, together with 168 other countries, never even signed the Paris Agreement. This week (More...)

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