Finding Ecological Justice
Donate to support Environmental Justice Aotearoa and the work Finding Ecological Justice in New Zealand.
This page has been set up for people to contribute to Environmental Justice Aotearoa, and the project Finding Ecological Justice in New Zealand.
Finding Ecological Justice is a project that has been supported by the Law Foundation in 2017. It investigates environmental justice, taking the story of this movement in the US as a starting point, and looks at delivering justice in Aotearoa through environmental law, including recognition of te ao Maori, the public trust, constitutional environmental rights, and wildlife law reform.
We'll be presenting a paper in Sydney in November, at the conference Environmental Justice - Looking Back, Looking Forward (University of Sydney, 6-8 November).
This page is for people who would like to help our work by making a donation, and have asked to be able to do this. Thank you to those whose donations supported our work in 2017 (see - https://givealittle.co.nz/cause/ecojusticenz).
Claire Browning's involvement (page creator)
Claire Browning and Mike Joy are Environmental Justice Aotearoa co-founders. For more information about us, see www.ecojustice.nz.
Use of funds
Funds raised cover expenses (for example, maintaining a website) of Environmental Justice Aotearoa. This page has been set up for people to contribute koha towards the work Finding Ecological Justice in New Zealand - which will be available to read and download in November from our website - and Environmental Justice Aotearoa.
Our work is not-for-profit, and the Finding Ecological Justice report will be available for free for anyone who prefers not to contribute.
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This page was created on 14 Sep 2017 and closed on 1 Sep 2018.