This is post number two of four. Yesterday, I posted a summary of my talk with James. The day before, Kevin. Tomorrow, Vernon’s will go up (Update – up now) – as will the Adopt a Negotiator piece summarising all four that I did these interviews for. Climate change is my passion. It’s the most important […]Read more "Talking climate with Gareth Hughes"
This is post number two of four. Yesterday, I posted a summary of my talk with Kevin. Tomorrow, Gareth’s will go up (Update: Up now). On Saturday, Vernon’s (up now) – and the Adopt a Negotiator piece summarising all four that I did these interviews for. We’re already paying the price. – James James jokes […]Read more "Talking climate with James Shaw"
Over the last few weeks, I have been meeting each of the Greens’ co-leadership candidates to talk about their views on climate change, climate policy, and climate campaigning. Russel leaves big shoes to fill on climate campaigning, so I thought it’d be good to give each candidate a chance to show how they’d fill them. I’ve […]Read more "Talking climate with Kevin Hague"
2015 is a crucial year for determining the course of the 21st century. It is not – as we said around 2009’s Copenhagen summit – our last chance to save the planet from runaway climate change. That language just isn’t helpful. But it is our chance to define or redefine our global and national response […]Read more "2015 Matters. The Greens should chase big policy wins not chase their own tail."
Yesterday, a third candidate entered the race to become the Green Party of Aotearoa New Zealand’s male co-convenor: Vernon Tava. He is running as an out of Parliament candidate on a platform that the Greens should be a party of sustainability, not a party of the left. We should, he suggests, strive to hold the balance of […]Read more "The Green Party belongs out front, not dead centre"