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

“Communicating Compassionately”

A weekend foundation workshop based on the principles of Nonviolent Communication (NVC)

(Developed by Marshall B Rosenberg)

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Location / Venue: 
Cobden Manor, 111 Peach Grove Road, Hamilton

Hamilton Transition Towns meeting

At the Environment Centre, upstairs at 25 Ward St, Hamilton, 7.30pm. All welcome.

Cultivating Sustainability - Behaviour Change Training for Sustainability Advocates

Cultivating Sustainability is a 1-day workshop which provides sustainability advocates with insights, models and tools to trigger the psychological drivers of sustainable behaviour. This workshop will assist you to

* Identify what people need in order to embrace sustainability

* Target your efforts and resources to the points of most leverage

* Incorporate psychological principles to your sustainability programs » Read more

Location / Venue: 
Hamilton Gardens

350 Aotearoa Bill McKibben Tour 2009 - HAMILTON

Straight from the coal-face of international climate activism and negotiations, Professor Bill McKibben (author, educator, environmentalist) is visiting New Zealand on a whirlwind tour - catch him while you can! » Read more

Location / Venue: 
Hamilton cafe TBC upon registration of interest

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Cob Cottage Company Huntly workshop

Shannon Dealy of the Cob Cottage Company is running a workshop from 15 to 19 February 2009 in Huntly.

Follow the link below for details.


Come and find out how easy it can be to build your own beautiful, comfortable and natural home.

Hope to see you there. Matt


Location / Venue: 

15 April 2008 - Waikato Times


When the oil runs out

James Samuel says we should all be preparing for life in a world without cheap oil.

James Samuel wants to see New Zealanders get off their couches, into their garden, and get some dirt under their fingernails.

Samuel is the national co-ordinator for Transition Towns, a movement pioneered in the UK in late 2006. » Read more


Hamilton already has many groups who are involved in activities contributing to energy efficiency, alternative transport options, raising awareness of permaculture and organic gardening, sustainable building, urban design and lots more. » Read more

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