Community Events are free and open to EVERYONE!
Community Events provide an opportunity for local, indigenous and academic knowledge systems to interact. These interactive events identify, highlight, describe, communicate or provide experiences on how ecosystems provide benefits to people (ecosystem services). The focus of these community led events are:
- bottom-up (e.g. community volunteering, monitoring, science, collaboration, partnerships, education, conservation/management);
- showcase principles of ‘subsidiarity’ (an organising principle that matters ought to be handled by the smallest, lowest or least centralised competent authority); and/or
- share traditional or local knowledge through media other than formal presentations, posters, workshops etc.
The Tuesday Club at Smash Place
Forum delegates are welcome to join “The Tuesday Club at Smash Place”:
Address: 172 High St, Central City, Christchurch 8011
Date and time: Tuesday 3rd September, starts 6pm (on the dot). Arrive early to meet others.
It is 10 minute walk from the forum venue, see directions in the map below.
Note there is a limited capacity for this event due to venue size.
***The Tuesday Club features sustainability talks each week***. The speaker on 3rd September will be Ben Harris, micro-biologist, on the effects of chlorine water on the organisms in our gut.
At 6pm Garry Moore, a former mayor of Christchurch and regular member of the Radio NZ Panel welcomes people and introduces the speaker for the night. It is over by 7.15pm, but not before there has been a rigorous discussion about the topic.