In a circular economy the life-cycles of materials are maximised. Their use is optimised. At the end of life all materials are reutilised.
Tairāwhiti Gisborne Circular Economy Conference
9 April 2019
What does a circular economy mean for Tairāwhiti Gisborne?
A circular economy is restorative by design. It is underpinned by the use of renewable energy and is a sustainable, viable and low carbon alternative to the dominant ‘take-make-waste’ linear model.
Looking at the Tairāwhiti region through a circular economy lens we will explore: climate change, waste, wood and water
Join Master of Ceremonies Rod Oram along with local, national and international speakers, at the Tairāwhiti Gisborne Circular Economy Conference from 7-8 May at Te Poho o Rawiri Marae.
The conference is free to attend but spaces are limited, so register ASAP to secure your spot, click here to register.
A free bus will run from Hicks Bay to Te Poho o Rawiri May 7 and return to Hicks Bay May 8. Bus stops dependent on registrations. Call or text 021 193 5594 for more information or to register.