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Sustainable Otautahi Christchurch Newsletter: 3 June 2019

Wednesday, June 05, 2019   Posted in: Newsletters By: Administrator With tags: newsletter, sustainability, event, meeting, Climate Change, urban design

Welcome to the latest news from Sustainable Ōtautahi Christchurch (SOC).

Sustainable Ōtautahi Christchurch Annual General Meeting

Date and Time: Thursday 20th June 2019, from 6.30pm.
Location: Canterbury WEA.

This short AGM will be followed by a joint SŌC/Fabian partnership meeting at 7pm on “Critiquing the Well-being Budget”.

Send a cheque to PO Box 1796 Christchurch 8140 or deposit the $15 membership fee into their Kiwibank account - if you wish to join SŌC in time for the AGM. Contact SOC treasurer Dave Evans for more information (dave.evansii[at]gmail.com).

Climate Mitigation Action Planning

Date and Time: Thursday 27th June 2019, from 5 to 9pm.
Location: TBC.

Christchurch City Council are reviewing the Climate Smart Strategy for the city. Goals are of no use without plans to reach those goals.

Do you have ideas of steps we as a community could take with our Council to achieve the emissions reduction goals we have as a city? 

Email Sustainable Ōtautahi Christchurch for more information (info[at]sustainablechristchurch.org.nz).

A Christchurch Conversation with Bill Reed

How do we create places where nature and people thrive together?

Date and Time: Tuesday 11th June 2019, from 6 to 7.30pm.
Location: Turanga Central Library.

Bill Reed will introduce us to the practical concepts of regenerative development and design at this free public event - to help us all create a deeper, more enduring and mutually beneficial relationship between people and place.

Find out more about this Christchurch Conversation.

Launch of the Christchurch Sharing Map

Date and Time: Sunday 16th June 2019, from 1 to 3pm.
Location: Canterbury WEA.

Come along to hear more about what a sharing city is, why we think Christchurch is one of them and what you can do to share! Sharing is caring after all.

Find out more about the Christchurch Sharing Map.

What would a climate emergency plan look like?

Find out more about the opportunities presented by declaring a climate emergency.

Movements on Climate Change

Does declaring a Climate Emergency go far enough?

NO, But Rosemary Neave thinks it does not mean we should slag off those who are moving in the right direction.

Change is up to all of us…

Government – activists – individuals all have a part to play

The recent question of whether a Climate Emergency Declaration is simply symbolic got Rosemary Neave thinking about how change happens, and the degree to which ‘government’ at all levels is dependent on the interplay that both activists and individual voters play in this.

Healthy Christchurch Champions

  • Canterbury District Health Board
  • Christchurch City Council
  • Environment Canterbury
  • Ministry of Health
  • Ngai Tahu
  • NZ Police
  • Pegasus Health
  • University of Otago, Christchurch