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Would you like a chance to talk to members of the public about climate change. It's challenging work, and first and foremost you have to be a good listener. The @tu_future crew will be doing this on Wednesdays from now. Please get in touch if you are keen to join us.
Tuesday October 13th, 12:30, NZ Parliament Lawn. Come and mark the 100th Day of the #etu4future #ClimateStrike vigil. Meet hunger striker David and talk with us about holding the next government to account.
@NZGreens @350nz @GenZeroNZ @_chloeswarbrick @fff_tui @SS4CNZ2019
Yesterday at #NZParliament, #XR and #ClimateStrikes combined. Note that the vigil continues: you can join us any day, between 11 and 2, at the Dick Seddon statue. Get in touch to get involved.
What’s it going to be? A lot of pain but survival or full-blown apocalypse? https://www.nytimes.com/2020/09/22/climate/climate-change-future.html?referringSource=articleShare
Author Archives: David Goldsmith
From David . . Near the end of day 12, a fire juggler walked by and stopped for a good chat. He had a couple of really good suggestions on how to improve our messaging. One was my science board … Continue reading
We need YOU! Today is day 9 of our vigil and day 2 on hunger strike. Robin Treadwell arrived yesterday from Waiheke Island and is hunger striking with us. Robin has been a big boost. Tim of course has been … Continue reading
We came closer to our goal of 10,000 people today when Fridays for Future joined us at lunchtime. At the same time, the first E Tū Otautahi (Christchurch) vigil happened also from 12.30 to 1.30 outside the bus exchange (corner … Continue reading
Today has felt a bit like groundhog day. I’ve been feeling disheartened by some of the conversations with good people but feeling I’m not meeting them adequately. 99.9% of our interactions with public is positive and supportive. The 0.1% have … Continue reading
This was a favorite moment today. Passerby supporters and immediately we’re on the same wave length “colonization and climate change are all part of the same package . .” The response, “yeah, TOTALLY!” We’re noticing it is young people that … Continue reading