OraTaiao meeting for Māori members, 18 October 2018, 8pm - 9pm
The next hui for Māori members of OraTaio is taking place on Thursday 18 October from 8pm to 9pm. Please check your email for details of how to join by videoconference.
What An Alternative & Progressive Trade Strategy Should Look Like, Fale Pasifika, University Of Auckland, 19 – 20 October 2018
This two-day hui features ten panels in conversation on the pressing issues of the future with a focus on alternative and progressive trade strategy. The event is organised by It's Our Future, and OraTaiao Executive board member Dr George Laking will be speaking on climate change and health. The event is free to attend and a video stream will be available on this page: https://itsourfuture.org.nz/hui-2018/
OraTaiao Annual General Meeting, 26 November 2018, 7pm - 9pm
The AGM will be held by video conference. Details including agenda will be sent around to all members.
Global Action Climate Summit, San Fransansico, USA, 12 - 14 September 2018 (GMT-7)
The summit was organised by The Climate Group and united leaders from around the world to showcased actions that governments, companies and investors have taken to reduce their emissions. See https://globalclimateactionsummit.org for more information.
Wellington After Paris: Zero Carbon Capital City, Wellington, 15 September 2018
The Wellington Civic Trust organised a “Wellington after Paris” seminar providing an insight into the benefits to the city’s wellbeing, resiliency, and natural and cultural heritage as we transition to carbon neutrality. OraTaiao executive board member Dr Russell Trepanning presented at the event. See more information here.
Sustainable Healthcare Forum, Wellington, 24th Nov 2017 (see flyer here): Human health relies on a healthy planet – health care without harm?
Organised by OraTaiao: The NZ Climate and Health Council and the Sustainable Health Sector National Network NZ, with support from the University of Otago and the Deep South National Science Challenge Engagement Fund. Forum on how the health sector (and the delivery of healthcare) in Aotearoa-NZ can contribute to meeting the challenges of climate change and sustainability.
Draft programmes: SHC programme - word doc, SHC programme - pdf