Climate action is bigger than politics – but it’s election season right now. Will political parties come together to set a course for a 100% renewable energy, zero carbon future? Or will climate action remain a political football?
That's why WWF-New Zealand hosted the Climate Debate in Auckland on Thursday 19 September.
We had a great lineup of candidates speaking - Andrew Bayly (National), Megan Woods (Labour), James Shaw (Greens), Carrie Stoddart-Smith (Māori Party), Denis O'Rourke (NZ First), Damian Light (United Future), Teresa Moore (TOP) - all MCed by business journalist Rod Oram
The Debate was a chance to learn about the parties' climate policies – and ask your political representatives the questions that matter.