Congratulations to Carol Peters and Anna Murphy 

The recent local body elections are a win for climate action. Congratulations to Climate Change Tai Tokerau Northland Trust trustees Carol Peters and Anna Murphy for their election to Whangarei District Council (WDC) seats. Carol was also elected to the Northland DHB.  This is Anna’s second term on the Whangarei District Council. She represents the Hikurangi Coastal Ward and is a staunch supporter for … Continue reading Congratulations to Carol Peters and Anna Murphy 

Climate crisis: a call to action

A growing number of Northlanders are working together to do what we can to avert the climate crisis. At this point I am not going to elaborate on the severity of the crisis – increased media reporting, and the growing proof all around us, makes the state of emergency self-evident to anyone who is even casually aware. … Continue reading Climate crisis: a call to action

A climate of hope

How we talk about climate change impacts on our young people. Much of the narrative is generated by those of us who may die before severe impacts arrive, but young people have decades of uncertainty ahead. And it is scary for them. The Royal Society identified a broad range of climate change health impacts in … Continue reading A climate of hope

Catherine Murupaenga-Ikenn representing the Pacific

Congratulations to Catherine Murupaenga-Ikenn on her appointment as a representative for the International Indigenous Peoples Forum on Climate Change (IIPFCC). Catherine is a trustee of the Climate Change Tai Tokerau Northland Trust (CCTNT). The IIPFCC was established in 2008, as a convening space for the Indigenous Peoples attending the sessions of the Conference of Parties and … Continue reading Catherine Murupaenga-Ikenn representing the Pacific