Choose the seminar or forum in your area that best suits (we expect some to be available on DVD later). Hunter with the support of a local panel, will help us move away from seeing the world from within our own "closed boxes" and introduce us to "systems thinking" where everything is seen as interdependent. This works best with a wide audience including:
Young people at school, university or working:
Come along to help you grow bold visions for your futures, better understand the issues we face and take proactive action. Have you say about where New Zealand is heading.
Promoters of enterprise and sustainable community development:
Identify profitable enterprise opportunities that respect nature.
Leaders from businesses and organisations:
Identify the trends for the future, hook into youth thinking.
Understand how to apply quadruple bottom line concepts.
People from manufacturing and commerce:
Develop new clean products and ways of reducing your process's impact on our environment.
See promotion notice for members of the to The Employers and Manufacturers Associations and The Chambers of Commerce.
Farmers and landowners:
Protect your land - view it as an asset with long term potential.
Scientists and researchers:
Reflect on the concept of biomimicry - learning from nature.
Find out about international trends, issues and opportunities.
People from local authoriities:
An opportunity to connect with your communities (Stakeholders)
A unique professional development opportunity for your staff.
Ideas for your Long Term Council Community Plans (LTCCP).
Politicians and others from central government.
Join in to get more support for your policy initiatives.
Gather in international information and experiences.
Reflect on the issues of energy, environment, growth and the economy from an international perspective.
Older and more experienced people.
Help us make sure we don't repeat the same old mistakes.
My name is Hatata and we need you to help us with NZ's biggest roundup.
Herd your parents, family, grandparents, teachers, friends, businessmen, farmers, developers, doctors, builders, engineers, lawyers, architects, researchers, judges, professors, bankers, mayors, councilors, politicians and all. We need them all working alongside us to help grow the kind of world that we would like to leave for all our future grandchildrens.
Our partner Hunter told us stories from around the planet to get us thinking about what we are doing to it. We can all share ideas to help us do things right now to make a difference.
Click on the menus in the left panel to get information, about this event and the middle panel to find the video and other resources we now share with the rest of the world. Sustainability:
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