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Christchurch New Zealand , New Zealand
Updated in September
From the team that brought you the Free Store, Productive Bodies and The Public Fountain, NZ public art partnership Letting Space proposes the TEZA- a project designed to demonstrate new forms of exchange, as well as inspire reflection and build connections. It acknowledges that we live in a time of ...
Project about Action, Protest, & Activism, Architecture, Art & Culture, Biofuels & Alternative Energy, Christchurch, Clean Tech, Design, Earthquake, Economics, Events, Infrastructure, Innovation, Lifestyle & Behavior, Philosophy & Religion, Politics & Government, Smart Growth, Sustainability, Trade, Transition Towns, Travel, waste
An Australasian Permaculture Convergence 11 project in Turangi, New Zealand
Updated in December 2011
Permaculture Aotearoa welcomes you to: Resilience by Design Wed 11th to Sun 15th April 2012 Turangi, Central North Island, New Zealand First time in New Zealand for the Australasian Convergence. We are planning an awesome event- don't miss it! Experienced practitioners, Inspiring speakers, Practical ideas, Excellent networking, Whole systems ...
Updated in May 2011
As you may know, an earthquake has destroyed most of the Christchurch City Centre and many of the surrounding suburbs. We want to rebuild with a plan for a sustainable future but we need help getting there. Put simply: We need advice, experience, know-how, and designs on the best ways ...
Owae Marae, Waitara, Taranaki, New Zealand
Updated in December 2010
How can we re-imagine our relationships with nature? Join us for an interdisciplinary discussion on the possible futures of human adaptation. We invite people from different worlds — scientists, artists, social activists, cultural commentators, tangata whenua, educators, entrepreneurs and others to bring their thoughts to discussions on: PERSPECTIVES ON A SPECIES ...
Project about Agriculture & Food, Architecture, Art & Culture, Business & Biodiversity, Climate Change, Consumerism, Corporate Citizenship, David Suzuki, Deforestation, Design, Earth, Soil, & Landscape, Economics, Education, Events, Farming, Food, Green energy, Green Spaces, Health, Media, Philosophy & Religion, Polar Sea Ice, Politics & Government, Pollution, Recycling, Rivers, Lakes, and Oceans, Science, Transition Towns, waste, Water
Ponsonby and Grey Lynn, Auckland, New Zealand
Updated in June 2010
Art in the Dark is a nighttime event in Ponsonby's Western Park, set to début in October 2010. Art in the Dark aspires to be as environmentally friendly and interactive as possible. Illuminated by installations, projected short films, and performances around a purpose-built pavilion, the park will transform into ...
Nationwide, New Zealand
Updated in April 2010
September 1st 2010 is National Permaculture Day! Nationwide actions on the day, all for free! Please send us your local events, ideas and suggestions.... Hold a street party, plant a tree, hold a tour of your home/property highlighting how you have integrated Permaculture ethics and principles into your lifestyles ...
Project about Action, Protest, & Activism, Agriculture & Food, Air Quality, Alternative, Cohousing, & Off-Grid Living, Architecture, Art & Culture, Biofuels & Alternative Energy, Carbon Sequestration, Children and Families, Climate Change, Consumerism, Design, Earth, Soil, & Landscape, Education, Energy Saving, Environment & Wildlife, Events, Food, Green energy, Health, Lifestyle & Behavior, Media, Organic, Permaculture, Philosophy & Religion, Politics & Government, Population, Poverty & Development, Recycling, Smart Growth, Solar, Transition Towns, Transport, Travel, Water, Weather
A Marchfest project in Nelson, New Zealand
Updated in March 2010
To use Marchfest (see www.marchfest.com) as a pilot project to create New Zealand's first bicycle-powered musical event. To retain the bike-generators for future events. To pass on the knowledge gained to other event organisers.
Updated in February 2010
In 2006 the Grove Mill winery in Marlborough became the first certified carbon neutral winery in the world. Its owners, the New Zealand Wine Company (NZWC), achieved Landcare Research’s carboNZeroCert TM certification for their vineyards and production of wines at Grove Mill, and for freight of the wine to ...