Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Be-The-Change-Bus-Tour-Launch-in-New-Zealand-27MZIFVLBTPJ.htmlConceptually similarBe The Change Bus Tour Launch in New ZealandGP04QG8Completed★★★★Be The Change Bus Tour Launch in New ZealandGP04QG6Completed★★★★Be The Change Bus Tour Launch in New ZealandGP04QGACompleted★★★★Be The Change Bus Tour Launch in New ZealandGP04QG7Completed★★★★Be The Change Bus Tour Launch in New ZealandGP04QGBCompleted★★★★Be The Change Bus Tour Launch in New ZealandGP04QG5Completed★★★★Be The Change Bus Tour Launch in New ZealandGP04QG3Completed★★★★Be The Change Bus Tour Launch in New ZealandGP04QG9Completed★★★★Be The Change Bus Tour in New ZealandGP04QGCCompleted★★★★★★View AllGP04QG4Be The Change Bus Tour Launch in New ZealandConor Robers , Carbon Reduction Action Group Coordinator speaks at the launch of the Be The Change campaign today in front of the Climate Rescue Bus. The Be The Change was launched and aims to get tens of thousands of New Zealanders active and helping combat climate change.The campaign is spearheaded by Greenpeace, Oxfam and Forest & Bird, Be The Change will provide advice and encouragement to community groups and individuals from Bluff to Kaitaia.Locations:Aotearoa-Auckland-OceaniaDate:26 Oct, 2007Credit:© Greenpeace / Nigel MarpleMaximum size:2667px X 4000pxKeywords:Buses-Climate (campaign title)-Climate change-Day-KWCI (GPI)-Men-One person-Outdoors-Speeches-SunnyShoot:Be The Change Bus Tour Launch in New ZealandGreenpeace New Zealand launched a new campaign together with Oxfam and Forest & Bird against climate change, called 'Be the change'. The campaign was launched outside the Auckland museum. Supporters and media gathered to hear the Executive Directors of the founding organizations, emcee Francesca Price (host of TV3's 'Wasted'), and Outrageous Fortune's Robyn Malcolm talk about the importance of taking personal action on climate change. Conor Roberts spoke about the Carbon Reduction Action Group (CRAG) he has established in Auckland. The backdrop to the launch was the impressive Be the Change bus, kitted out with solar panels and interactive displays, and about to embark on a nationwide tour, taking the climate message to towns and communities the length of New Zealand.