Auckland Climate Festival 2023

28 August 2023

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Auckland Climate Festival (Te Ahurei Āhuarangi o Tāmaki Makaurau) kicks off this week! This month-long festival is held every year in Tāmaki Makaurau. This is an opportunity for us all to come together as a community to celebrate and accelerate climate action. Read on to discover how you can join the action.

In its third year running, Aucklanders can engage in climate action through attending a diverse range of events, initiatives and activations taking place all across the region. The festival’s programme is co-curated with communities, mana whenua, rangatahi, the private sector, advocacy groups and government as a whole-of-society response to the climate emergency.

 Explore the Climate Festival Programme (31 August - 29 September 2023)

Tātaki Auckland Unlimited and Climate Connect Aotearoa are hosting several events:

Auckland's future economy, jobs and skills in a changing climate Discover how our changing climate could shape the future of Tāmaki Makaurau's economy, jobs, and skills development. Hosted by Climate Connect Aotearoa, Tātaki Auckland Unlimited, The University of Auckland and Ara Ake.  
27 September, 11:30am-1:30pm, University of Auckland

Climate Conscious Film Shorts: a rotation of five short films meditating our connection to the ocean, the people whose lives are dependent on it, and the conversations we need to have to protect our environment for future generations. Hosted by The New Zealand Maritime Museum.
16-17 September, 10am-4pm, New Zealand Maritime Museum

Women4Climate Networking Event: A fun networking event with light refreshments for women working on climate and sustainability. Hosted by Tātaki Auckland Unlimited's Women4Climate team.
26 September, 5-7pm, Newmarket 

With over 125 events across the month, it can be overwhelming deciding on what to attend! To help you, we have pulled out a few suggestions:

​​​​​Full programme here


Whāia ngā kōrero hou mai i Climate Connect Aotearoa

E āhei ai te whai wāhi, tūhono mai kia whakawhiwhia ki ngā karere, ki ngā kōrero, ki ngā huarahi wātea hoki e hou ana.