Want to know what world leading sustainable building and community development looks like, while hearing from courageous leaders and networking? Come to the first collaborative event to be held at Te Kura Whare in the Bay of Plenty on 30 March.
This building is designed to have a net positive impact in everything it does – from the construction, to the materials used, to the community it’s based in and its usage.
Not sure what we’re on about? Watch this trailer for Ever the Land for a glimpse of what this building signifies. It is an observational documentary exploring the bond between Ngāi Tūhoe and their land through the creation of a living building.
Credit: Ever the Land Official Trailer.
Come to Inspiring Sustainability in the Bay to hear from leaders Kirsti Luke and Professor Ralph Sims, who have both challenged the status quo to achieve more sustainable outcomes for their organisations and New Zealand. You can also connect with the rest of the Bay of Plenty sustainable business community and discover the best ways to reduce your business’ climate change impact by taking part in our practical workshop.
Bring your colleagues to show them how sustainability can revolutionise the way an organisation and community operates.
Find out more about Inspiring Sustainability in the Bay.
Read our Q&A with the director of Ever the Land, Sarah Grohnert.