Growing Power Tāmaki Makaurau: a Food Sovereignty Hui

Growing Power is a 3 day food sovereignty hui 2-4 June for the » Read more

Location / Venue: 
Kotare Education Trust, near Wellsford (1hr 15 mins from Auckland)

How the Hidden Universe of Soils Could Solve Global Warming and Food Security

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Location / Venue: 
Annex Room, Pt Chevalier Community Centre
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Permaculture Teacher Training

Earthcare Education is hosting a Permaculture Teacher Training in New Zealand at the end of April 2017!

A 5-day intensive workshop that will empower you to teach permaculture effectively and creatively. » Read more

Location / Venue: 
Kaiwaka, New Zealand
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Be the Change with Active Hope


How do we survive the mess we are in and not go crazy?

What will it take to unleash sustainable and resilient Transition Communities in every corner of Aotearoa? » Read more

Location / Venue: 
EcoMatters Trust, New Lynn

New alternative to school - The Kaitiaki Collective

Kia ora!

The Kaitiaki Collective is a new nature-based, democratic alternative to school that is rooted in indigenous & Maori knowledge and wisdom.  We believe in education for the world we want, not to keep the world as it is.

Healthy learning & healthy fun, for a healthy future!

There are eight core elements to the Kaitiaki Collective:

1. Immersion in nature

2. Immersion in community

3. Freedom to play and learn

4. Democracy

5. Ancestral knowledge & wisdom » Read more

An Evening with Sir Stephen Tindall


In a rare pubic interview Sir Stephen Tindall speaks with award-winning business journalist Rod Oram about his journey as a business leader, philanthropist and sustainability advocate.

The conversation will explore how Sir Stephen came to be convinced of the priority of sustainability for New Zealand businesses and public policy and his aspirations for the Tindall Foundation.

Tickets are available at:

Profits from the event will be donated to WWF New Zealand


Location / Venue: 
The Auditorium, Auckland Museum, 7:45pm Thursday 20 October 2014

Dave Clendon on Local Economies being important for closing the income gap and creating a more equal society.

Thursday March 13th, 7:00 - 9:30pm

“Local Economies Close the Income Gap and Everyone Wins.”

David Clendon speaking on - "The Spirit Level", Local Economies and Better Communities.

"The Spirit Level", by Richard Wilkinson and Kate Pickett, presents evidence that more equal societies do better than less equal ones on many social measures; educational performance, heath and life expectancy, for ex » Read more

Location / Venue: 
The Art Room, Whangaparaoa Hall, Whangaparaoa

Solar Powered City

“A Possible Alternative for Powering Auckland”

Can you imagine the Hibiscus Coast powered by Solar Pan

Location / Venue: 
December 5th, 7pm, Whangaparaoa Community Hall, Downstairs Art Room

St Heliers

This Tuesday 3rd December we are having a residents evening for an introduction to Transiton Towns for St Heliers/Glendowie.

It will be held at the Community Hall, 100 St Heliers Bay Rd, at 7.30pm.


Communicating Compassionately - an NVC Foundation Workshop with Deb & Wayne - AUCKLAND

We all have a universal need to connect with ourselves and with others. This workshop offers a way of communicating that leads us to give from the heart. We offer a guide in reframing how we express ourselves and hear others. Instead of using habitual, automatic reactions, our words become conscious responses based firmly on an awareness of what we are perceiving, feeling and wanting.

Discover a way to: » Read more

Location / Venue: 
Kandallah - 64 A Shetland Road, Glen Eden, Auckland
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