Boomers for Real Climate Measures
“We do not inherit the earth from our ancestors, we borrow it from our children" Native American Proverb
Our mission, as a registered charity, is to publish quality articles that raise awareness and set about change to protect future generations from the disasters caused by global heating.
The articles are written by innovative climate researchers and scientists. Small financial grants allow them to write and bring attention to this existential crisis affecting our planet. Your generosity will allow these scientists to continue their great work every day.
We're all in this together
We can see the effects of global heating in our changing weather patterns and environment. When combined with poor land and water management, New Zealand’s most precious and beautiful assets are being needlessly degraded before our eyes. We are all in this together whether we like it or not.
“He waka eke noa . A canoe which we are all in with no exception” – Maori Proverb
Learn more about the current situation in our latest releases
Climate and inequality: How a rising tide can sink the smallest boats
The classic defence of economic inequality has always been that a rising tide lifts all boats: as long as the economy is growing, everyone will benefit, and it doesn’t matter that some benefit more than others.
Audio Blog: We Are Not the First Civilization to Collapse, But We Will Probably Be the Last
The archeological remains of past civilizations, including those of the prehistoric Cahokia temple mound complex in Illinois, are sobering reminders of our fate.
Through a climate change lens: Aotearoa New Zealand’s COVID-19 Response
Nina Ives, David Hall – AUT Policy Brief Responding to the COVID-19 crisis presented an opportunity to address another crisis… Read More