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To ensure transition to a low emission society is fit for purpose and socially just, the community must drive it.
Taranaki's Just Transition Community Conference, held in New Plymouth June 15th, offered a platform for communities to kick start or reinforce our transition pathways. ART was invited to record the speakers.
Topics covered include Climate justice, Youth power, Hydrogen and carbon storage and capture, Sustainable and community-based energy systems, Regenerative farming, Just transition for Māori and workers, Indigenous solutions and community vision and organising.
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Panelists: Jen Natoli, E Tu; Tiri Bailey, NZEI te Riu Roa; Natalie Wiseman, Venture Taranaki Trust; Catherine Cheung, Climate Justice Taranaki
Duration: 00:36:00 | Date: 15 June, 2019
Bioenergy: Brian Cox, Bioenergy Assoc. of NZ
Hydrogen and Carbon capture and storage: Tim Forcey, formerly with the oil/gas industry and then Melbourne Energy Institute
Duration: 00:35:15 | Date: 15 June, 2019
Sustainable Energy Systems: Prof. Alan Brent, Victoria University of Wellington
Community Energy Resilience: Tihikura Hohaia & Josh Curd, Taiepa Tiketike: Passive Resistance to Climate Change at Parihaka
Duration: 00:39:31 | Date: 15 June, 2019
Panelists: Joel Clement, Opunake High School; Ki DeVantier, Bec Simpson and Nikita Taiapa, New Plymouth Girls High; Fiona Glennie, Sacred Heart College; Ethan Griffiths, School Strike for Climate
Duration: 00:29:12 | Date: 15 June, 2019
Climate Emergency: Prof. James Renwick, Victoria University of Wellington
Social Impacts of Onshore Oil & Gas in Taranaki: Sarah Roberts, Taranaki Energy Watch
Duration: 00:33:39 | Date: 15 June, 2019