Statement to the Government on Nationally Determined Contribution(NDC) to the Paris Agreement for COP26
The Co-Clerks of the Yearly Meeting of Aotearoa New Zealand endorsed this Statement to the Government from the Religious Leaders and Interfaith Groups of Aotearoa New Zealand. The Statement calls for a just and more ambitious response to climate change via the level of Nationally Determined Contribution to the COP26 climate negotiations. The Statement was produced by the Religious Diversity Centre and was sent to the Climate Change Minister. On 19 October the YM Co-Clerks attended an event held in Wellington to officially present the statement to James Shaw, Minister for Climate Change.
A copy of the Statement can be found here.