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Science, Technology and Research Group

The Science, Technology & Research group works to provide clear and relevant scientific information across the Forum. In the first few years of the Forum from 2020 to 2022 we gave many presentations at member events on key areas of climate science and helped create the first version of the Climate Action Book. Our work since June 2022 has focused on :

  • Working with Nelson City Council and Tasman District Council on their regional greenhouse gas inventories and environmental plans
  • Working to establish ways of monitoring regional greenhouse gas emissions
  • Helping to establish clear and effective regional targets for greenhouse gas emissions at different stages between now and 2050
  • Helping to encourage and support the implementation of change

To do this, we work individually and hold simple and minimal Zoom meetings at 7 pm on the first Tuesday of every month except January. These Zoom meetings provide an easy gathering point for any group members who wish to talk through new developments, opportunities for change, and areas of our work that need to be resolved.

Anyone keen to learn more or join in is welcome to get in touch.

Join us

Come join our group! Contact Christina, our Volunteer Coordinator at the following address:

She’ll be in touch with you soon.

And if your favorite area of climate action isn’t represented, just let us know, as we may have some other volunteers waiting for more people to contribute in a similar way.

Projects relating to Science, Technology and Research

Blue Carbon Core and Restore

Organic Wastes in a Circular Economy

Other projects on the go

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