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Posts Tagged ‘campaigns’

40% by 2020

Friday, July 24th, 2009

Latest video from the 350 campaign.. advocating a new Emissions Reductions Target of 40% by the year 2020.

WWF (Worldwide Fund for Nature)

Friday, February 20th, 2009


www.wwf.org.nz

What do they do?
WWF is a science-based conservation organisation that works together with many sectors – government, business, science, environment, community – to find solutions to environmental and sustainability issues.

How can I get involved?
Support a WWF Campaign – WWF often campaign on a current issue in one of their conservation areas. Check the website for current campaigns and how you can help. This usually involves collecting signatures and writing letters to local/national government.
Apply for a Grant – WWF administers a fund called EEAF (Environmental Education Action Fund) which, in partnership with The Tindall Foundation, distributes $50,000 worth of grants each year to environmental education projects around the country. The focus for these grants is on young people taking action for their environment. Grants are not given to individuals, but young people who are interested can suggest the idea of applying to their school or youth group. See the WWF website for more details.

Te Reo Marama

Friday, February 20th, 2009

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www.tereomarama.co.nz

What do they do?
Since 1998, Te Reo Mārama has been dedicated, on behalf of the Auahi Kore-Tupeka Kore community and the wider Māori community, to tobacco resistance. The main role undertaken is to advocate evidence-based positions on tobacco-related issues at a local, national and international level in order to achieve the vision of a Maori nation free of the deadly toll of tobacco.

How can I get involved?
As of November 2008, the main way to be involved with Te Reo Marama is by donating or simply by taking up their call to action in your local community.
However, in 2009 Te Reo Marama will be holding a training summit for young leaders to take the cause back to their schools and communities. Watch this space!

Jubilee Aotearoa

Friday, February 20th, 2009

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www.debtaction.org.nz

What do they do?
Jubilee Aotearoa is campaigning to cancel the unpayable debt of poor countries and to end the harmful conditions on loans from the international financial institutions including the IMF and World Bank.  It grew out of a meeting of agencies and individuals meeting in 1997 who jointly campaigned for a special one-off effort to mark the millennium in 2000.  Jubilee Aotearoa continues to meet regularly with government to discuss debt related issues, the agendas and programmes of the IMF, World Bank and Asian Development Bank and from time to time organizes campaign actions.

How can I get involved?
Check out the website: www.debtaction.org.nz for more information.  Follow the links to find up-to-date international news on the current situation.

Invite a speaker or borrow resources (DVDs and videos).

Write a letter or ask a question of a political candidate regarding debt.  Jubilee is producing some background material and questions which will be available on the website soon.

Join the email list and attend the meetings with government.  Contact: gillian.southey@cws.org.nz to find out how.

Get Jubilees help to organise a stall, a petition or a local action asking the NZ government to take a stronger stand on debt cancellation.

Greenpeace

Monday, February 16th, 2009

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www.greenpeace.org.nz

What do they do?
Greenpeace are a global organization that focuses on the most crucial worldwide threats to our planet’s biodiversity and environment. Their work includes promoting the use of renewable energy, defending our oceans, protecting ancient forests, eliminating toxic chemicals, preventing the release of genetically engineered organisms into nature, protecting future generations and the environment from the effects of nuclear power, its accidents, contamination and waste, and promoting world peace and disarmament.

How can I get involved?
Volunteer – Young people living in Auckland can work in the Auckland.  However sadly there are less jobs for those outside of Auckland. Outside of Auckland, the current volunteering opportunities that exist are: putting up posters, researching in your community, and letter writing for a specific campaign project.
Join the Climate School Challenge - The Greenpeace Climate Challenge is a project designed to empower young people to play their part in preventing climate change Those taking part in The Challenge will each be given a logbook filled with climate saving tasks they can do, with points awarded for successful completion of each. Each student will ask for sponsors to support them in the challenge by making a donation. Greenpeace have some awesome prizes for the top fundraisers and the top point scorers.