In the local body elections, it’s time to Vote Climate – and vote for better walking

Living Streets Aotearoa has joined the Vote Climate campaign because the importance of walking as climate action is a key part of our kaupapa.

Vote Climate brings together a coalition of groups to call on local body election candidates to support low-carbon transport options: walking, cycling and public transport.

We're excited to be working together towards a great outcome for people and planet this election. Getting out to vote is one of the most important actions any of us can take to care for the things we love, and helping others along the journey makes your impact even greater.

What you can do

Please sign up to join the Vote Climate campaign.  We’re getting behind this coalition to promote climate-friendly local body candidates and vote for change in the October local body elections.  You can sign up here:

Right now, you can really help out the campaign by taking two minutes to like and share these social media channels:

Twitter: @vote_climatenz
TikTok:  @voteclimatenz

Vote Climate logo and stickers

The campaign asks

The campaign is asking local government candidates to sign up to the following:

  • More public transport, more often
    More frequent services in cities and towns, and between centres and across regions
  • More affordable public transport
    Increased trialling of reduced fare or free services to encourage and broaden uptake
  • Safer and easier walking & cycling
    Investment in infrastructure to make cycling and walking safer and easier
  • More inter-city and regional public transport
    Investing in train and bus services that make travel between cities, towns and regions easier
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About Us

Living Streets Aotearoa is the New Zealand organisation for people on foot, promoting walking-friendly communities. We are a nationwide organisation with local branches and affiliates throughout New Zealand.

We want more people walking and enjoying public spaces be they young or old, fast or slow, whether walking, sitting, commuting, shopping, between appointments, or out on the streets for exercise, for leisure or for pleasure.

JOIN US and help with our campaigns