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Get political

Page | November 30, 2006 at 2:32

Give your opinion political power. You can write, email, call and even meet with your local and national political representatives to voice your concerns and your vision for a better future. You can also write submissions ...

Writing to politicians

Page | December 19, 2006 at 0:43

Hand written letters are a powerful way to communicate with politicians. It shows a them that you are serious about an issue and allows you to outline your key ideas without pressure. It also often guarantees a response (even if it's not the...

Emailing politicians

Page | November 30, 2006 at 0:59

Email has become a very effective tool for quickly communicating with politicians. Email is quick and easy way to tell your politician how you feel. If they get lots of emails on an issue, it shows how the voting public is thinking and this is...

Call your MP

Page | November 30, 2006 at 1:00

If you’re pushed for time and can’t meet or write to your representative then give them a call! Often a minister's office will log calls about an issue so they can get a sense of community concern. By phoning them, you are registering your concern.

On the Lobbying Disclosure Bill

Blog entry by Nathan Argent | April 17, 2012

Greenpeace welcomes the Green Party's Lobbying Disclosure Bill as an important step to bringing better  transparency and public disclosure to the political process. Greenpeace believes that it is vital that the public have full...

GIvE uS tHe caSh or tHe CLiMaTe gETs it!

Blog entry by Nick | May 21, 2008

Please feel free to download this poster and stick it up at home, at school or in your local café, but please ask permission first. While many in the NZ business sector are getting on with tackling climate change, the public face of...

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