3 March climate strike – thanking our supporters

Apart from our co-collaborators School Strike 4 Climate Whanganui-a-Tara , we want to thank the following organisations for their practical support. Without it, organising the march and rally would have much so much harder.

They provided high vis, marshals, road cones, PA gear, megaphones, meeting and storage spaces and more:

  • PSA
  • Peace Action Wellington
  • Twofiftyseven
  • WEGC
  • Pōneke Anti-Fascist Coalition

Also, the Police for keeping the marchers safe, and WCC for traffic management advice and support.

Last but not least, the individuals who volunteered with putting up posters, first aid, marshalling, and more!

3 March Climate Strike – in the media

Check out the strikes across NZ in the media!

I’m adding links to news item about the strike as I find them:

National candidate faces heckling, abuse at Parliament climate strike

School Strike 4 Climate live: Students across New Zealand march

Climate change: Young activists in Palmerston North want their voice heard

Auckland CBD traffic at standstill as School Strike 4 Climate changes course

Take five: What the climate strikers are demanding

Maybe e-bikes shouldn’t just be for the wealthy

School Strike 4 Climate: School students get ready to strike again over climate change

Climate strikes: Thousands march around New Zealand to demand action from government

School students set to protest for more action on climate change

School climate protesters march through Auckland

James Shaw says National hung candidate ‘out to dry’ at climate protest

Thousands join School Strike 4 Climate across NZ (lots of photos and a newsclip in this one)

Climate change protestors march in Napier demanding for the impact of global warming to be taken seriously

School Strike 4 Climate returns, some demands may already be in the works by Government

Senior Government minister Michael Wood hints at voting age referendum

School Strike 4 Climate live: Students across New Zealand march

Thousands of climate activists march nationwide, demand urgent action by NZ’s leaders

Classrooms to empty as Global Climate Strike gets underway across Aotearoa

Christchurch mayor tells school strikers his stance on climate changed after Cyclone Gabrielle

Good climate policy is good mental health policy too