OraTaiao welcomes new members, please fill in the membership form below:



Membership Eligibility

A Full member of OraTaiao: The New Zealand Climate and Health Council can be any person who subscribes to the purposes and principles set out in the Constitution, and who holds positions or qualifications in medicine, public health, nursing and/or other health disciplines.

A Student member can be any student in the above professions and who supports the purposes and principles set out in the OraTaiao: The New Zealand Climate and Health Council Constitution

An Associate member can be any person who subscribes to the purposes and principles set out in the OraTaiao: The New Zealand Climate and Health Council Constitution

Organisations are also welcome to join OraTaiao. Please contact the membership secretary or one of the Co-convenors.


Membership Voluntary Annual Donation
OraTaiao welcomes an annual voluntary donation of $50 for full and associate members, and $20 for student members. This is eligible for a tax credit.


Privacy Notice

OraTaiao: The New Zealand Climate and Health Council will make every attempt to ensure member details provided in the application are kept private. OraTaiao will not share individual member information with other organisations.


INDIVIDUAL MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION FORM

Please enter your details below. Your membership application will be confirmed by the Executive.

Members are asked to make annual voluntary donations (rather than subscription fees); however, we also value membership without donation.
In the unlikely event that your membership application is declined, you will be contacted as soon as possible. We can also refund your donation if you wish.

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Footnote:
Being able to identify Māori members is important for OraTaiao in order to help meet its purpose of encouraging societal responses to climate change that promote equitable health and social outcomes and are consistent with Te Tiriti o Waitangi.