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‘Climate change’ negotiations – your chance to have a say

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The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade (MFAT) have called for public feedback on the issue of ‘climate change’.

MFAT are in the process of consulting on New Zealand’s approach to international climate change negotiations.

Feedback will inform advice to the Government on an updated mandate to guide New Zealand’s participation in the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) Conference of the Parties (COP) and other international climate fora.

‘We want to hear from New Zealanders on what is important to you and how you want to be represented on the world stage when it comes to climate change.

‘Your feedback will inform advice to Ministers to help us better advocate for New Zealand values and interests at COP28 in Dubai later this year and beyond.’

Consultation closes on 10 May.

For information on how to submit feedback, visit the MFAT website.

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  1. The MFAT survey is an example of completely irrational thought processes of bureaucrats who have been indoctrinated by a corrupt UN originated scam of propaganda, blackmail, coercion and fearmongering. Any ministry or government that is compliant is as culpable as the satanic UN.
    “”The ‘global warming’ debate is not really a debate about climatology – it is a debate about freedom. It is the aim of the growing world-government faction among the international ‘classe politique’ to take away our hard-won freedom and democracy forever. I commend this timely book,( Aircon by Ian Wishart) which makes the scientific arguments comprehensible to the layman. Those who read it will help to forestall the new Facists and so keep us free.”
    Lord Christopher Monckton, Viscount of Benchley.
    former adviser to Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher”.

  2. They never asked us before! why now? will they listen or is this just for show? will they be written or oral? or is this just a chance to set us against each other like they want to do.

  3. Spoil alert: they don’t care what you’re going to say.

    They’re gonna do it anyway.

    This is just a formality for legal purposes. We should all just sit on our photocopiers and scan the pictures to them en masse. Clown world problems require clown world solutions.

  4. It’s hilarious that the corrupt MFAT government boneheads have already made the decision that we would like to be ‘represented’ on an issue that doesn’t exist.

    MFAT may as well be running a survey on what type of cheese the moon is made out of.

  5. The age-old fake ‘consultation’ routine once again.

    Ask some loaded questions, and then cherry pick the answers to suit the desired outcome.

    We all know how this works.

  6. To set a good example hopefully our esteemed MFAT delegates will be flying economy and eating insects during this particular junket.

    No thought not.

  7. They might be desperate, emissions are up, coal imports are up, Hugh amounts of money have been spent with no results. The Govt set out on this crusade with promises to fix it but all they have done is promote their pet projects, now I guess that they have got that out of the way they want us to fully engage in their failure so they can say `we were all in this together`

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