Anthropologist Margaret Mead said "Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it's the only thing that ever has." We may not have changed the world in the last few weeks, but we've certainly achieved a huge amount thanks to our fantastic team of volunteers. It has been a bit of a … Continue reading We’ve moved!
Te Oneroa-a-Tōhē, Ninety Mile Beach is in need of a massive clean up, with an estimated 8-10 tonnes of flotsam and dumping; together we can clean this up. Last year we removed 5 truckloads plus trailers in one morning, this year we aim to double that! We love our beach, and our kaimoana, so come … Continue reading The Awesome Ahipara Beach Clean Up needs YOU!
Living the Change was the film shown by Transition Towns Kaitaia in May. There is no such place as “away’’ – everything is connected on this one planet. Western culture’s capitalist system is based on endless growth - an impossibility on a planet with finite resources, and counter to human needs for community and peace. … Continue reading Living the Change – notes from one watcher
Transtition Towns Kaitaia's February film was 'First Earth', which could as easily be called 'Earth First' - putting earth first as a healthy, economical, and attractive building option that has met the needs of many human communities since building began. Between one third and half of all humans currently live in earth-built homes - and … Continue reading Earth First