Mt Victoria

Mt Victoria July meeting - Matthew King of Green Earth Development talks on composting toilets

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Location / Venue: 
New Crossways, Roxburgh St, Mt Victoria, Wellington

Mt Victoria June meeting - viewing South Island half of the Emma Heke film "Our Green Roadie".

Tuesday 11 June beginning 7:30pm, at New Crossways, Roxburgh St. We will view the South Island half of the Emma Heke film Our Green Roadie. Emma and Connor Heke travelled NZ for 6 months in a tiny van, on a shoe-string budget to film for Our Green Roadie. The feature-length documentary is a compilation of stories and snapshots shared by these 50 NZers with eco-conscious and economically viable businesses and lifestyles. It's a heartening, encouraging and very 'real', a genuine slice of kiwi 'can do'. All welcome. » Read more

Location / Venue: 
New Crossways, Roxburgh St, Mt Victoria, Wellington

Mt Victoria May meeting - Cr Iona Pannett on Wellington City Council's Draft Annual Plan

Cr Iona Pannett will talk to the group about the Wellington City Council's Draft Annual Plan, highlighting those issues of special interest to Transition Towns. Submissions on the Plan close on Thursday 16 May and there will be an opportunity to make a short submission and also to ask questions. All welcome.
For further information contact Frank Cook on 027 649 6508.

Location / Venue: 
New Crossways, Roxburgh St, Mt Victoria, Wellington

Mt Victoria April meeting - Seeds of Freedom DVD

Seeds of Freedom DVD - Narrated by Jeremy Irons this film is a Gaia Foundation production which charts the story of seed from its roots at the heart of traditional, diversity rich farming systems across the world, to being transformed into a powerful commodity, used to monopolise the global food system. All welcome. For further information contact Frank Cook on 027 649 6508.

Location / Venue: 
New Crossways, Roxburgh St, Mt Victoria

Mt Victoria March meeting - Growing Change DVD

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Location / Venue: 
New Crossways, Roxburgh St, Mt Victoria, Wellington

Mt Victoria February meeting - Scientists Under Attack DVD

Scientists Under Attack DVD - we will watch the DVD Scientists Under Attack which details problems associated with industry funded research particularly in the field of genetic engineering. All welcome. For further information contact Frank Cook on 027 649 6508.

Location / Venue: 
New Crossways, Roxburgh St, Mt Victoria, Wellington

Mt Victoria December meeting - O E Wilson Biodiversity DVD

We meet next on Tuesday 11 December beginning 7:30pm, at New Crossways, Roxburgh St.

The DVD we are viewing is slightly different from the one advertised in the Mt Victoria newsletter due to technical difficulties but we have a similar one, still featuring the great biologist O E Wilson - still on biodiversity, its importance to our survival, and how much remains unknown about the number of species in the world and their importance to life. The DVD is only 22 minutes long allowing time some discussion and Christmas cheer. » Read more

Location / Venue: 
New Crossways, Roxburgh St, Mt Victoria, Wellington

Resilience by Design: Ecological Footprinting For Resilient Regional Planning

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Location / Venue: 
Victoria University of Wellington, Te Aro Campus

Mt Victoria November meeting - Urban permaculture DVD

We will view an Australian DVD Urban Permaculture by permaculture teacher Geoff Lawton.The DVD looks at the way permaculture can be used to create sustainable abundance in intensive small space gardens. All welcome. For further information contact Frank Cook on 027 649 6508.

Location / Venue: 
New Crossways, Roxburgh St, Mt Victoria, Wellington

Mt Victoria October meeting - short film "Psychology for a Better World"

Psychology for a Better World. We will view a short film on psychology for a better world for people who believe in a world in which both our species and the ecological systems we are part of can flourish. All welcome. For further information contact Frank Cook on 027 649 6508. » Read more

Location / Venue: 
New Crossways, Roxburgh St, Mt Victoria, Wellington
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