Connecting with people’s hearts, as well as their minds, is vital to igniting our response to the climate crisis. The window of opportunity to avert dangerous climate breakdown is rapidly closing - and we must change.
Track Zero, in partnership with Auckland Live and the Performing Arts Network of New Zealand (PANNZ), is hosting a series of kōrero with leading thinkers in the sciences, arts and creative and cultural communities bringing their perspectives on the powerful role arts can play in shaping a fair, carbon neutral future.
Facilitated by Track Zero's founder, Sarah Meads and PANNZ's Dolina Wehipeihana (Ngāti Tukorehe, Ngāti Raukawa), each kōrero is a non-partisan public event, inviting everyone to partake as a community, to share knowledge, provoke ideas, ask questions, make connections and act; or just listen in and learn more.
Send in your questions during the discussion via chat and we’ll aim to have them answered.
Toitū te Marae o Tane, Toitū te Marae o Tangaroa, Toitū te Iwi
Strengthen the realms of the Land and Sea, and they will strengthen the People