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How to move a stuck planet?

Blog entry by Aaron Packard | September 21, 2011

Thousands of people around New Zealand will be rallying for solutions to climate change on September 24th, as part of the global day of action, Moving Planet. Come on your bike, skateboard or on foot to embrace a future beyond fossil...

One to watch - 350 video

Blog entry by Kathy Cumming | October 29, 2009

James Hansen’s Dear John Letter

Blog entry by Nick Young | May 27, 2011

As he left New Zealand, Jim Hansen wrote an open letter to prime minister John Key on behalf of the youth of New Zealand, and specifically 350.org. It’s worth a read because it outlines a strong case for taking action here, and now.

Unprecedented day of action to stop climate change on 10/10/10

Blog entry by nyoung | October 14, 2010

October 10 th was going to be a global day of doing and acting on climate change – and that’s exactly what it was. The event broke records, turning into the biggest day of climate action in history. From beaches in South Africa ...

Climate emergency in Devonport

Blog entry by Simon Norrie | October 28, 2009

On the 350 International Day of Climate Action on Saturday, Greenpeace volunteers and other organisations joined together at Windsor Park in Devonport on Auckland's North Shore, to support strong climate action. Our theme - a climate...

350 Day of Action roundup

Blog entry by Kathy Cumming | October 27, 2009

It was the biggest day of climate action in history- 5,200 actions in 181 countries; from Tunisia to Lisbon, from Sydney to Kenya, from the top of mountains to village slums, from churches to ski fields. Coordinated by 350.org , the...

How 30 Climate Warriors took on the world’s biggest coal port

Blog entry by Rosie Dickison | October 28, 2014

It’s no secret that I am an emotional person, and that nothing inspires me more than people standing up for what they believe in. Last week, as the Pacific Climate Warriors led a flotilla in the world’s largest coal port – even the...

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