This event is organised in cooperation with the Youth Leadership Council (RDC). Register your interest here.
UN Secretary-General António Guterres speaks at COP27 in Egypt:
'Religions for Peace' offers: Religions for Peace, in partnership with the City Council of Manresa, Catalonia, Spain and Religions for Peace-Spain-GTER, is honoured to invite you to virtually participate in the "At a Crossroads: A Multireligious…
St Matthew-in-the-City is an Anglican church in the heart of bustling central Auckland.Here is an example of their contribution to the environment: St Matthew-in-the-City is making the climate crisis a…
URI, the international interfaith ‘United Religions Initiative’ organisation invites individuals, religious and interfaith communities, to save the date August 6th for the first Nuclear Prayer Day. We in Aotearoa New Zealand have…
Tracking your Household Carbon Footprint
This group gets together to share Life Stories in the context of environmental sustainability. For more information, see here. Let us know if you have a story to share.Here are…
Eco Church encourages congregations in environmental action, integrating eco-friendly choices through worship and teaching, buildings, facilities and land management, community and global partnerships and sustainable lifestyles.
I am that I am...
Tree planting in Auckland
An initiative for and with marginalised people around Wellington.
How can Christian Social Services contribute as citizens of Earth and be involved with Climate Change?
Beth Lew introduces a project in Palmerston North
Dr Paul Blaschke was guest on the radio programme Muffin Talk .Paul has extensive experience in urban ecology, biodiversity conservation, sustainability and development issues.When the Religious Diversity Centre set up…
The Jewish concept of Tikkun Olam explained by Dr Paul Blaschke
Rod Oram reflecting on COP26
Glasgow" for the Religious Diversity Centre Aotearoa New Zealand during the time of COP26
Link to the official website of COP26
The Presentation of a Statement to the Government from Religious Leaders and Interfaith Groups of Aotearoa New Zealand regarding our national commitment to the COP26 in Glasgow, Scotland (November 2021) in Wellington, 19 October 2021
Reflecting on the Maori and Pasifika voices at COP26 - Jenny Te Paa Daniel (RDC Co-Chairperson) in conversation with Sunlou Liuvaie (Pasifika Trust, Palmerston North) and Rod Oram (New Zealand journalist, connecting from Glasgow, Scotland)
Rod Oram in conversation with Paul Blaschke
Official presentation of Interfaith Statement to Minister for Climate Change, James Shaw
Statement presented to Minister James Shaw for COP26
COP26 Vigil in Scotland
The RDC joined many other faith and interfaith groups in making a submission on the Climate Change Commission draft report to the Government.
Interfaith submission on the Zero Carbon Bill to the Select Committee