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Electricity privatisation delivers “excess dividends” at cost of people and planet.
Press Release: 350 Aotearoa reactions to New Zealand’s Loss and Damage Announcement at COP27
This morning the government announced a dedicated allocation of NZ$20 million in climate funding to address loss and damage in developing countries. It is part of the $1.3billion climate finance commitment announced in October 2021 and delivers on commitments to deal with the impacts of climate change that are not covered by funding for adaptation measures.
Climate Activists Urge Auckland Council to Lead 100% Renewable Electricity Transition
Four weeks out from the local body elections 350 Tāmaki Makaurau set up a polling station outside Auckland Council to ask “Do you support community-led renewable energy?”
Press Release: Public installations to target Dunedin City Council
350 Ōtepoti has launched a new campaign that is focused on positive environmental steps the Dunedin City Council can take in achieving a fast and just transition to renewable electricity and creating a more climate friendly city.
Budget 2022 misses the mark
Budget 2022 misses key opportunities for decarbonisation
Governments’ embarrassing attempt to tackle Aotearoa huge decarbonisation challenge
The Fossil Free State Sector Coalition welcomes today’s announcement from the Minister for Climate Change, Hon. James Shaw, that all coal boilers in schools will be replaced with renewable heating sources by 2025... But this still leaves around 600 schools still burning gas and at least 100 burning diesel. We require much bigger investments to replace all fossil fuel boilers in schools, and in the wider state sector.
Fonterra building hit by ‘climate criminal’ projection on Earth Day
On Friday evening 350 Aotearoa projected messages to call for stronger climate action from New Zealand’s biggest climate polluter Fonterra, onto the facade of Fonterra’s office building of the NTT Tower on Lambton Quay.