Transition Ranui-Swanson Money Double Feature

Money as Debt Paul Grignon's 47-minute animated presentation of "Money as Debt" tells in very simple graphic terms what money is and how it is created. Money has become the drug of our societies. Confronted with this phenomenon, citizens all over the world are inventing complementary currencies for social ends and are opening the debate: What is money for? » Read more

Location / Venue: 
Earthsong Eco-Neighbourhood Common House, 457 Swanson Rd Ranui

"The Future of Food" - Transition Ranui-Swanson

THE FUTURE OF FOOD offers an in-depth investigation into the disturbing truth behind the unlabeled, patented, genetically engineered foods that have quietly filled grocery store shelves for the past decade.

This screening is part of the "Beyond the Peak" series held by Transition Ranui-Swanson, and will include an opportunity to discuss the film.

Entry by koha, please park on the roadside.

Location / Venue: 
Earthsong Eco-Neighbourhood Common House, 457 Swanson Rd Ranui

Manufactured Landscapes - Film screening

Canadian artist Edward Burtynsky addresses the vast project of modern civilization and its devastating impact on the earth. Scenes such as immense Chinese dumping grounds, Bangladeshi shipyards, and manufacturing plants stretch across and beyond the frame.

Screened at Earthsong Eco-Neighbourhood Common House


457 Swanson Rd, Ranui 

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Location / Venue: 
Earthsong Eco Neighbourhood Common House - 457 Swanson Rd, Ranui

Benefit Screening of Garbage Warrior - Stanmore Bay - Friday 15 August

FILM NET screens GARBAGE WARRIOR as Benefit for Stanmore Bay School

See www.filmnet.org.nz for all the details!

Location / Venue: 
Stanmore Bay School,

Transition Communities Waitakere

Transition Communities Waitakere isn't a transition steering group per se, rather, our mission is to inspire and support other transition groups to form in Waitakere City. We are composed of people from both the private and the public sector. We are also lucky in that Waitakere City Council is favourably inclined toward the Transition Movement and is willing to engage with us and occassionally help us out with things. That said they understand the grass roots nature of this movement and don't try to interfere.

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