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Film screening - Power of Community - Wellington

An inspiring documentary on the effects of peak oil on the community of Cuba after the collapse of the Soviet Union, which subsidized a large part of Cuba's oil and energy imports.

Discussions after the screening of the films.

Where: St Francis de Sales hall
11 Mersey Street
Island Bay, Wellington

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Support for sub-groups has been added

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See how it says

"Brooklyn has the following sub groups: Food and Steering group" up there near the top?

When the visitor clicks on either of those, they get taken to a list of content that has been put into that sub-group/issue » Read more

Why Transition Town?

An Information Evening with presentation and workshops.

Be prepared to get informed, build community, while having fun.

1-4pm, venue to be announced

Transition Town Wanganui 'Crude Impact'

TT Wanganui is showing 'Crude Impact'

Second of a sereis of four movie sceenings.

6:30pm at the Davis Lecture Theatre

Soup supper!

Koha appreciated.

Transition Town Wanganui, 'The End of Suburbia'

TT Wanganui is showing 'Escape from Suburbia'

First of a sereis of four movie sceenings.

6:30pm at the Davis Lecture Theatre

Soup supper!

Koha appreciated.

Transition Town Wanganui, 'Escape from Suburbia'.

Transition Town Whanganui is showing 'Escape frm Suburbia'

additional screening of first movie.

1:00pm at the Environment Centre.

38 Taupo Quay

Koha appreciated.

TT Kaiwaka Planning Meeting 7.30pm Kaiwaka Church Hall

Want or need a boost, some encouragement, some reality?

This is part one of six, here are all six. It is a talk by Rob Hopkins, given this March at Findhorn in Scotland. If you read the tags at the top of this post it says all I want to say, and hope you choose to take the time to view, what must be one of the most important talks ever.

If you are unable to watch video, due to slow internet connection, here is a review of the talk. » Read more

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Over a barrel - a new vision needed

 

This is the text of the feature article I had published in the Dominion Post on Monday. Feel free to quote or distribute it as needed.

 

Regards

Tim Jones

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How to start a garden

This information came from Grant Steven, the man behind Organiponico raised bed systems in New Zealand.

I am sure most people are already aware of the many benefits of Raised Bed Gardening.

 

And those of you who are still unconvinced look around. The reality is that saturated, cold, anaerobic, compacted soils just do not grow good vegetables. » Read more