Friday August 21st, 7.30pm – Vicky Southworth and Rachel Teen. Find out what a water-sensitive city is. How can we be more water sensitive, caring for ourselves and our city of springs and rivers? Learn about the changes needed in terms of society and our relationship with water-managers, and the practical options for retrofit or […]
Thursday, September 24th, 7pm at the WEA, 59 Gloucester St. While it was necessary to run the Speaking for the Planet competition online this year, and that went well, we want to offer our prize winning speakers the opportunity to present to a live audience. We want to celebrate the efforts of all the competitors […]
Christchurch City Council would like your feedback on how best to meet the current and future challenges for resource recovery. A ‘drop in’ session about the Draft Waste Minimisation and Management Plan 2020 is being held at Tūranga, central library, (Spark Place/ground floor) Tuesday 18 August 4pm-6pm. Staff will be available to answer your questions. […]
Great new choir – Singing for our lives follow them on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/SFOLChristchurch/ Meeting in person since June and two sessions so far. They would love to have more singers coming along, so please join this wonderful community initiative.
If you missed the prizegiving last Friday (5 June) you can still watch a recording of it on the S4P Facebook page! Congratulations again to all our winners and big thanks to everyone who entered. You can see all the placed speeches, artworks and memes on the S4P YouTube channel.
Read about the six fantastically generous sponsors (Environment Canterbury, Ara Institute, Earth Sea Sky, Orana Wildlife Park, NZ Association for Environmental Education and Sustainable Ōtautahi Christchurch ) on this page.
The 3rd New Zealand Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) Summit was planned to take place in Christchurch in 2021. The world has changed substantially since that plan was made so now rather than one single event there will be a series of online and face to face events. See this link for more information on the […]
Submissions due May 28th For the last few years, government has been working with NZ’s organic sector (Soil & Health, BioGro, OFNZ, OANZ, and others) to create a national standard that will ensure a clear definition for certification and benefit our domestic and international markets. As of 2018, organics is a $600M industry in NZ […]
It’s the season to be jolly! And we are especially jolly about the momentum that is building for a Christmas season that doesn’t cost the earth. From the 17th to the 18th SŌC will be supporting The Gift Swap at The Conscious Club Christmas Market (located at Hack Corner on the corner of Cashel Street […]
Amelie Miller, age 8 years old of Waimairi School, has campaigned to raise awareness about the use of Palm Oil. Amelie was horrified to learn we may no longer have Orangutans and other species in the future due to deforestation for palm oil plantations. She learned 50% of the products in our supermarkets contain palm […]