"Check out the http://www.mwhfilmfestival.co.nz/, screening in Tauranga Wednesday 6 July, Thursday 4 August and Wednesday 8th September, 5 - 7pm at the Te Awanui Room - part of the Tauranga City Council building in Willow Street"
Can you make environmentally sustainable paint?Hear from inspirational Green Chemist and entertaining speaker, Colin Gooch – chief chemist at Resene for over 40 years.Join the Bay of Plenty’s Green Chemistry leaders at the official opening of the Green Chemistry Expo.See More
Koha Aotearoa is a non-profit organisation that seeks to support Aotearoa in regenerating its well-being by asking for a koha (a gift from the heart) of only a buck a week to support community to nation wide regenerative projects.
Ethical investment is about making ethical choices when investing capital. When choosing a bank, buying shares, or selecting a kiwisaver account, how can we make money while supporting the things we value?
Superspeeds! Double tracks! Broadband! Meeting Spaces! Amazing stopovers! Incredible Coffee and delicious pastries! Can you imagine the type of service that you would LOVE to travel on? Trainspotters unite to bring this about!
I had the joy of studying in Dunedin for 5 years where I teamed up with a bunch of students and friends to initiate/inspire environmental action in our community. Studied geography and environmental planning. Volunteered for a year in Bougainville with Tulele Peisa who are working to relocate Carteret Islanders because their island home is unable to continue to support them. Living in Tauranga and involved locally in Transition Towns, Tauranga Environment Cente and Lets Get Growing - making gardening achievable for everyday people. Working in waste minimisation at Tauranga City Council.
Areas of interest and capabilities:
Gardening, waste minimisation, community action, whanau, ideas to action, biking, cyclic systems, researching, planning events, fundraising and profile building, communications, chatting, dreaming, speaking out, eating good kai, our beautiful moana, being good to myself and others!
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I just did a search on Intersect to find people in Dunedin because
I wanted to invite you to a 350 Climate Action Group's FUN raiser, this coming Friday at the Regent Theatre. I understand that you are based in Tauranga, but figure you know some people in Dunners!
Welcome Kimmy! I hope you find some inspirations in your intersecting. The Intersect Network grows and flows through the interactions of all its members. You can get involved in any way that suits you - just let us know if we can do anything to assist.