Get involved

Kuhu mai ki ngā mahi

Together, let’s bring this to life.
Mā tātou tahi e ora ai tēnei kaupapa.

We invite you as individuals, communities, Māori, youth, the private sector and government to join us by being a part of the festival as a whole-of-society response to the climate emergency.

You can:

  • Take lead in organising an event or activation
  • Sponsor the festival with financial or in-kind support
  • Take part in an event or activation

Together, let’s uphold equality and justice so no one is left behind and further embed Te Ao Māori principles and mātauranga Māori in climate action. Let’s harness the energy, passion and fresh ideas of our youth.

Help us instil a message of hope and inspire, enable and empower the people of Tāmaki.  

Organise an event or activation

We are looking for event organisers who are aligned in our kaupapa to join us.

If you’re ready to register your event, fill out your details via the Register your event page.

Partner with the festival organisers

We welcome financial or in-kind support. Benefits to partnering with us:

  • Association and amplification as leaders in climate action
  • Brand exposure and promotion to grow your database
  • Expansion of your networks
  • Ability to leverage to better understand who you serve and engage your staff

If you would like to join us in getting Auckland Climate Festival off the ground please email us on so we can share our Partnership Proposal and arrange a chat.

Check out the Partner page to see who has joined us on this journey so far.

Take part

Keep your eyes peeled for events, initiatives and activations as they appear on the Programme. We are so excited about the line up and about having you embracing climate action with a community of others this October.

If you’re looking at ways to get started with your journey, take a look at FutureFit. It’ll help you get an idea of the impact of your lifestyle on our planet and see how your everyday actions can make a difference.

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Rēhitangia mai tō hiahia ki ngā taipitopito

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