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Climate Minister visits Rosmini TOTCUS project

Climate Minister visits Rosmini TOTCUS project

North Shore Member of Parliament, The Honourable Simon Watts, paid a visit to the Rosmini College TOTCUS Project last Friday. 

In his capacity as Minister for Climate Change Mr Watts listened to two short presentations from our TOTCUS (The Ocean That Connects Us) student ambassadors Jack Hollewand and Noah Sumunac and then presented each with their TOTCUS membership badges. 

Jack and Noah talked with Mr. Watts about their projects that examined the impact of severe weather events on the infrastructure of Auckland and Punta Arenas (Chile), and the issue of water quality and scarcity between New Zealand and Peru. We plan to keep our Member and Minister informed on TOTCUS activities.

TOTCUS is also keen to hear from any students, particularly in year 9-12, who have an interest in the impact of climate change and who would enjoy working with students from other countries.

Please get in touch with Mr Wood for more information. [email protected]