Know your stuff
Speak with strength by learning about energy, emissions and climate change.
Other credible websites to check out
- Ministry for the Environment — The government agency responsible for climate change policy. MfE(external link)
- NIWA — Things we can do to combat climate change, individually and collectively. NIWA(external link)
- NASA — Multi-media resources documenting and explaining the effects of climate change. NASA(external link)
- The Forever Project — A portal for climate change news by Stuff. The Forever Project(external link)
- Climate Action Tracker — Track progress towards emissions reduction across the world. CAT(external link)
- United Nations — Updates on climate action across the globe. United Nations(external link)
- From the Beehive — Government announcements related to climate change. From the Beehive(external link)
Share the wins
Telling others what you're doing differently feels good, and it's one of the most important things you can do for climate change.
Chat, post, share – you’re an influencer
Your friends and whānau are much more likely to listen to you talk about ways to reduce emissions than a stranger on TV. So when you take steps to live Gen Less, tell them what you’re doing and why. Every chat has a ripple effect that inspires more conversations and actions. Small changes by many people add up to make a big difference.
The influence of each human being on others in this life is a kind of immortality.
Ways to share the wins
Get amongst it
Inspire action at the top – tell leaders what’s important to you.