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Climate groups protest ANZ as “roadblock to real climate action” in light of IPCC 1.5°C report – 350 Aotearoa

By   /  October 10, 2018  /  Most Recent Blogs, Raw News feed  /  1 Comment

On Friday 12th October, grassroots climate groups will take action outside ANZ branches to call for ANZ to stop financing the fossil fuel industry and contributing to the climate change crisis. The actions are a response to the Intergovernmental Panel of Climate Change (IPCC) report released on 8 October that outlines the impacts and feasibility […]

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New Zealand lights the spark for ambitious climate action – 350 Aotearoa

By   /  September 10, 2018  /  Most Recent Blogs, Raw News feed  /  2 Comments

Hundreds of people joined climate action groups all across Aotearoa New Zealand today to take action to call for bold and ambitious climate leadership in response to the Global Climate Action Summit hosted in California next week. 350 Aotearoa and 350 Pacific, coordinated the groups to participate in the Rise for Climate mobilisations, in which […]

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Museum urged to cut ties with fossil Fuel Industry – 350 Aotearoa

By   /  July 26, 2018  /  Most Recent Blogs, Raw News feed  /  Comments Off on Museum urged to cut ties with fossil Fuel Industry – 350 Aotearoa

Over the weekend, Climate action group 350 Auckland launched a campaign calling on Auckland Museum to cut ties with the fossil fuel industry. The Museum receives funding from the Stevenson Foundation, the funding arm of the Stevenson Group. Stevenson Group operate the Rotowaro coal mine west of Huntly, and have permits to build another open […]

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Coal Mining Rejection is a Win for People-Power – 350 Aotearoa

By   /  June 17, 2018  /  Most Recent Blogs, Raw News feed  /  2 Comments

350 Aotearoa commends Minister of Conservation, Eugenie Sage, and Energy and Resources Minister, Megan Woods on their decision to decline the application to mine coal on the conservation land that is part of the proposed Te Kuha mine, saying the decision is “a win for people-power, and is completely necessary for the government to live […]

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The beginning of the end for the fossil fuel industry – 350 Aotearoa

By   /  April 16, 2018  /  Most Recent Blogs, Raw News feed  /  Comments Off on The beginning of the end for the fossil fuel industry – 350 Aotearoa

350 Aotearoa says the government’s decision to ban new offshore oil and gas projects spells the beginning of the end for fossil fuels in New Zealand. “New Zealanders have shown that we will not stand by while the fossil fuel industry wrecks our planet. The reign of big oil and gas is over,” said Niamh […]

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The Liberal Agenda – Global Climate Leaders to Discuss Path for NZ – 350 Aotearoa

By   /  December 12, 2017  /  Most Recent Blogs, The Liberal Agenda  /  Comments Off on The Liberal Agenda – Global Climate Leaders to Discuss Path for NZ – 350 Aotearoa

When: 7pm, Wednesday, 13th December
Where: GBLT1, Victoria University of Wellington Law School, 33 Bunny Street, Wellington 6011

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New Zealanders called on to protest as Trump pulls out of Paris – 350 Aotearoa

By   /  June 3, 2017  /  Most Recent Blogs, Raw News feed  /  Comments Off on New Zealanders called on to protest as Trump pulls out of Paris – 350 Aotearoa

350 Aotearoa is calling Trump’s decision to pull out of the Paris climate agreement “a crime against our global future”, and is urging New Zealanders to come out in big numbers to protest against US Secretary of State, Rex Tillerson’s, visit to Wellington next week. “Trump is out of step with the rest of the […]

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Auckland Council pulls funding from oil, gas and coal companies – 350 Aotearoa

By   /  April 12, 2017  /  Most Recent Blogs, Raw News feed  /  2 Comments

350 Aotearoa is delighted that Auckland Council voted this morning to withdraw all investments in companies that produce and extract coal, oil and gas. The council’s Finance and Performance Committee decided to implement a policy that would exclude all fossil fuel companies from its investments, and pull all $15 million of its current investments out […]

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