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Celebrating the International Year of Biodiversity - 2010

Wednesday, June 30th, 2010

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Over the next three months young people throughout New Zealand can write messages about biodiversity and attach them to a giant kākāpō.

This is a chance for New Zealand youth to let world leaders know how they feel about biodiversity and what needs to be done to protect it. All the ‘feather’ messages collected through Words on a Wing will be taken to the Convention on Biological Diversity’s 10th meeting in Japan in October.

For more information go to the Department of Conservation website.

Also, UNESCO, DOC, NIWA and Forest and Bird are running a biodiversity photo competition and there is a youth category (with cash and other prizes). Visit www.doc.govt.nz/biodiversitycaptured to learn more. Entries must be received by 30 July 2010.

More info about the International Year of Biodiversity here.

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.

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.

Conservation Volunteers

Wednesday, January 14th, 2009

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www.conservationvolunteers.org.nz


What do they do?

Conservation Volunteers New Zealand is a leading practical conservation organisation. Conservation Volunteers completes more than 100 conservation projects across New Zealand each year.

How can I get involved?

Volunteer! – If you want to help preserve and restore New Zealand’s beautiful environment, this should be your first stop. Projects have included assisting with the ecological restoration of the Hunua Falls, the construction of walking and bike tracks, surveying the endangered Whio (Blue duck) and assisting with maintaining a Kiwi enclosure.

Volunteers come from a wide range of backgrounds, and don’t need any prior skills or experience. You’ll receive the training you need to complete the project you’re working on.