INDEPENDENT NEWS

Auckland Council declared a climate emergency – now what?

Published: Wed 17 Jul 2019 09:24 AM
Aucklanders are invited to have their say on Te Tāruke-ā-Tāwhiri: Auckland’s Climate Action Framework, which opens today.
The framework outlines 11 key moves to radically reduce emissions and to rapidly increase Auckland’s resilience to the impacts of climate change.
“Our climate is changing and the time for action is now.
“Making major changes to our personal choices and individual behaviour, to our systems and to our structures will create collective action.
“The reality is, we need to transform our economy, our relationship with the environment, and our way of life.
“We are asking Aucklanders to help us develop the actions we need to take to prepare our region for the challenges of climate change”. – Mayor Phil Goff
For full details visit OurAuckland
ends

Next in New Zealand politics

Adjournment Debate: Speaker Trevor Mallard
By: Hansard
Vaping Legislation Passes
By: New Zealand Government
On The Virtues (and Fluffed Opportunities) Of The Operation Burnham Report
By: Gordon Campbell
How Judith Collins stopped the bleeding
By: Horizon Research Limited
Your Vote 2020: Bringing Election Coverage To Viewers Across TVNZ Channels And Platforms
By: TVNZ
30% Believe Households Worse Off, 298,000 Expect To Lose Jobs
By: Horizon Research Limited
Findings Of Investigation Into COVID-19 Active Cases Privacy Breach
By: State Services Commission
New Zealand suspends extradition treaty with Hong Kong
By: New Zealand Government
Adjournment Debate: PM Jacinda Ardern
By: Hansard
Adjournment Debate: National Leader Judith Collins
By: Hansard
Adjournment Debate: NZ First Leader Winston Peters
By: Hansard
James Shaw Adjournment Speech
By: Green Party
Vaping Legislation Passes But Falls Well Short
By: Aotearoa Vapers Community Advocacy
ASH NZ Welcomes Vaping Legislation
By: ASH
Vaping Bill Passed, Now Consult With Business - VTANZ
By: VTANZ
View as: DESKTOP | MOBILE © Scoop Media