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Auckland’s 10/10/10 Global Work Party kick-off with a special screening of the movie Carving the Future
28 Jul 2010 19:15
We are taking steps towards 10th October when Aucklanders and citizens around the world will be showing we are ready for climate solutions through actions in our community.
Come along to be part of the conversation, start a work party or join an action.
Wednesday 28th July
7:15pm for a 7:30pm start, 8:45pm finish.
We will be watching the inspirational film ‘Carving the future’ [25 mins] which tells a story through the eyes of four young New Zealanders taking local action and leading the change in different communities in New Zealand. There will then be the opportunity to share and explore ideas for local action for the 10/10/10 Global Work Party (for more info see www.350.org).
An action could be something you are already working on that you would like to get more people involved with, it could be an idea you have, or you may have energy to support others. (check out the almost 1200 events already registered globally including the Big Bike Fix Up in Auckland)
In attending, you are being asked to put aside what you think someone else ought to be doing, and be open to discussing with others what your potential contribution or ‘ingredient’, for a local event or to enable wider action, might be.
This event is co-hosted by EcoMatters Environment Trust (contact: Carl Chenery) and Grey Lynn 2030 (contact: Pippa Coom)
Location / Venue:
Grey Lynn Community Centre, 510 Richmond Road, Grey Lynn
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