On Thursday 18th August 2016 at the XCHC in Christchurch, I'd love you to come along, sit back, relax and imagine with me..
How would we live in a 'zero waste' world? What would day-to-day life be like? What tools do we need when living resourcefully? How would people work together to enable this? How would communities function to enable this?
What would a tool kit for a 'zero waste' life look like?
What would a 'zero waste' community look like?
How would we grow/trade/make/share/
What could you do to support 'zero waste' living, for yourself and others?
Many of us are on our way towards 'zero waste' but there's a way to go - NZ still sends so much "waste to land" (MFE words) and data is only collected about 30% of it. The Ministry for Environment does not require reporting on the other 70% of "waste to land", and that is one hell of a big part of a feedback loop missing!
So let's get together and imagine a world where what goes as "waste to land" is regenerative and not harmful.
I've been invited to present a work as part of FESTA this year, supported by Creative New Zealand, and for this I aim to collaborate with local people and resources to provide an experience of an imagined 'Zero Waste World'.
This evening from 7-9pm at XCHC, 376 Wilsons Road, Christchurch, will be a chance to have fun envisioning this world and the tools we need to make this happen.
Hope you can come along and join in, please definitely RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org by 11th August.
And huge gratitude to our fantastic event sponsors: