In June 2020 Climates raised over $3,000 to help rebuild a Women’s Centre on Pentecost Island, Vanuatu, that was flattened by Tropical Cyclone Harold in April 2020. We partnered up with the Vanuatu Climate Action Network (VCAN) and environmental services organisation Green Wave Vanuatu to help raise money to support this affected community. By helpingContinue reading “Tropical Cyclone Harold Fundraiser”
In June 2020, Climates provided funding to 350 Pacific to support participants of their climate leadership fellowship Pacific Pawa Up 2020. The funding will provide fellows with a stipend for food and internet while they undertake the 3 month long virtual training program.
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A series of five panel discussions organised by Climates to bring fresh perspectives to the climate discussion, from reshaping the private sector to women leading change, and intergenerational equity, climate justice and faith, spirituality and values.
In 2018, the former President of Kiribati visited Sydney and Melbourne for a series of inspiring live interviews and keynote addresses, supported by climates. “For us climate change is not an event in the future. It’s an event that we’re dealing with now…our entire survival is at stake”– Anote Tong Throughout October climates provided researchContinue reading “Anote Tong Speaking Tour”
In September 2018, The Pacific Climate Warriors, a branch of 350.org Pacific, hosted a panel in Melbourne. The sessions invited young Pacific people to explore and discuss cultural identity, connection to land, and community engagement from a diaspora perspective. The day was highlighted by two main panels, both of which were recorded and broadcast byContinue reading “Rise For Pacific Pawa Talanoa”