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Our May 2021 hui was held at the Moutere Hills Community Centre on Saturday 22nd May, 2021. 

At the hui, we selected our new Forum Chair and Leadership Group for the next 6 months. 

Congratulations to Joanna Santa Barbara, our new chair, and to all t

We had a jam-packed agenda for our March hui on Wednesday 10th March 2021 via Zoom, here are the highlights:

  1. We reached consensus on the changes to pages 18 and 19, and a small wording adjustment on page 23 of the Climate Action Book. The Climate Ac

Active transport. Ways of moving around that involve our own effort - walk, run, bicycle, scooter, skate.

Biodiversity The variety of plant, fungal and animal life in an area.

Biogenic Produced by living processes. In this context the word distinguis

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