Getting the Zero Carbon Amendment Bill as good as it can be. Submissions due by 16th July.
Looking for something you can easily do in response to the Climate Emergency? Join ACE for a free presentation and workshop offering background information to help you in preparing and lodging your own submission on the Climate Change Response (Zero Carbon) Amendment Bill.
The Bill is pioneering but contentious legislation. It’s critically significant, both in NZ and globally, as a world leader in targeting the Paris Agreement’s more ambitious 1.5°C limit to global overheating. (The IPCC’s special report in 2018 stressed the importance of ambitious targets. We must help get it right.)
Join us for a short, informative talk, followed by a chance to ask questions, and then to discuss your submission.
Be enriched by great company, an inspiring event, and the chance to chill out afterwards. The event is free but donations on the night will be most appreciated!
When: Tuesday 9th July. Talk 5.30 - 6.30pm followed by Q & A 6.30 - 7.00 pm (doors open 5.00 pm for informal chat).
Rideshare: when booking with Eventbrite please indicate if you need or can offer a ride so that we can help follow that up.
Drive: Parking available in Dean's Reserve Carpark opposite the I-Site Visitor Centre
Presenter: Lindsay Wood, along with members of the ACE think tank. Lindsay works extensively in climate change advocacy, including making specialist climate information accessible to those who wish or need to understand it better. He is an experienced presenter, writes widely on the climate crisis, and is recognised for a range of creative initiatives to help tackle climate change, including an innovative carbon offset scheme, and the regular one-page newsletter “Climate Matters”. Visit his firm’s website www.resilienz.co.nz for more information or to subscribe to CM.
About ACE: ACE is a strategic Nelson-based think tank established following the Nelson City Council declaration of a Climate Emergency. ACE has the specific objective of helping the council and the Nelson community take effective action in response to the emergency. ACE engages directly with the council, writes regularly for the media (e.g. https://www.stuff.co.nz/environment/climate-news/113272705/navigating-the-climate-emergency-using-timber-in-commercial-buildings ) and runs “Zero Carbon Here We Come!”, an ongoing series of talks and workshops, based in Nelson’s visionary Earth Hub.
Queries: Lindsay Wood
firstname.lastname@example.org or 021 522 148