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Generation Zero is a movement of young people standing up for our right to a thriving future by calling on our politicians to commit to pla

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  Nationwide Climate Political Advocacy

Generation Zero is a nationwide, youth-led organisation with a vision to see Aotearoa New Zealand carbon-neutral by 2050.

Climate change is the biggest challenge facing humanity, and it's our generation that will bear the consequences of decisions made today.

For that reason, Generation Zero was founded with a core aim of empowering youth to advocate for solutions to climate change and cutting carbon pollution.

We campaign for smarter transport, more liveable cities, independence from fossil fuels and more recently, a Zero Carbon Act for New Zealand: a climate law that will put us on track to net zero carbon by 2050.

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A movement of young New Zealanders working together for meaningful action on climate change.


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    Jason on 12 Feb 2016

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    Anake Goodall on 10 Sep 2014

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    props on the significant contribution you're all making to the future of Aotearoa NZ!!

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    Private Donor on 31 Aug 2014

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    Hi, Hope this helps to get those young voters to the booths.

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