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When you become a campaigner for 350 Aotearoa you will be given access to a toolkit full of organising resources. In the meantime, you can get started by checking out some resources here.
Volunteer to support a project
Have you got a particular set of expertise or skills that you’d like to contribute to 350 Aotearoa? We love working with volunteers on projects to support our campaigns and operations.
Examples of past projects include:
Working with videographers and animators to create videos to explain the theory of change behind our campaigns
Working with illustrators and designers to create eye-catching flyers, posters and graphics
Working with facilitators who help to guide decision-making processes
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with expressions of interest to get involved as a project volunteer.
Start a Petition Campaign
People power will solve the climate crisis – and now everyone can start and win campaigns to protect our common future.
350 Campaigns and Go Fossil Free Campaigns are open platforms available to anyone and everyone who wants to do their part to solve the climate crisis. Taking on global warming is a HUGE task, so we need people working all over the world on lots of different campaigns to make it happen.
Why should I use a campaign petition platform?
You can start campaigns elsewhere, but if you use this platform we will:
Help boost your campaign by promoting it to a global network of climate activists.
Provide campaigns with strategic consultation on media, grassroots organizing, and more.
Offer specialized support tailored to the unique challenges of climate campaigns.
What’s the difference between 350 Campaigns and Go Fossil Free Campaigns?
The 350 campaigns platform is designed for any kind of environmental and social justice issue.
Go Fossil Free Campaigns is purpose built to host fossil fuel divestment campaigns, so you’ll notice that all of our universities use it.
What makes a good campaign?
Most good campaigns are…
Strategic: focus your efforts on the right targets who can make the change you’re seeking.
Winnable: make sure your efforts aren’t futile.
Ambitious: aim high enough to make real difference in the fight against the climate crisis.
Timely: so people feel the urgency to act.
Compelling: tell a good, honest story so people sign on and join you.
Hopeful: global warming can be depressing, but the strongest climate campaigns aren’t all doom and gloom.
Go forth and campaign! If you have any questions, please email email@example.com for support.
Check out the latest events, sign up and be up-to-date with more ways to take action.
Taking action for an important cause such as calling on the government to fund a fast & just transition to 100% renewable energy for all schools in Aotearoa should be easy and accessible no matter where you live, what Covid restrictions are in place in your area and what time constraints might have. That is why we have put together a DIY – Action Pack.
Come and join us in the Octagon Saturday 30 October, 11:30-1 pm as part of a global climate action event organised by the climate organisation 350.org. Many Dunedin children attend schools that burn coal. Coal smoke pollutes their air, pollutes kids’ lungs and sends climate-destroying carbon dioxide into the atmosphere, causing the climate crisis.