The Great Climate Voter Debate

26 August 2014

In the lead-up to the election, Climate Voter is hosting a live debate to find out where political parties stand on key elements of climate related policy.

Climate Voter is a non-partisan initiative powered by an alliance of NZ organisations, including WWF NZ, Oxfam, Greenpeace and Generation Zero. It aims to empower climate concerned citizens to use their vote in the September 2014 election to make a difference for the good of present and future generations.

Climate Voter is hosting a live debate between the major political parties on Wednesday 3 September, and invites everyone who cares about this important issue to be part of it.

Tickets have sold out for the live event at Auckland’s Q Theatre, but you can watch it online by clicking here; you can join one of the live screenings around the country; or you can organise your own screening.

Listen to politicians as they answer the tough questions on climate change policy in front of a live audience, and try to convince Climate Voters that their Party is going to take real action on climate change.

In the lead up to the event, you can submit questions that you’d like to see answered on Greenpeace’s facebook page, or via email.

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