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“Trash to Trade” upcycling event lets you tackle waste

Tuesday, 14 May 2019, 10:25 am | Grey Lynn 2030

Attuned to public outcry over issues like plastic waste and the need to safeguard our oceans, Grey Lynn 2030 is pleased to announce its second run of the “Trash to Trade” event series. This event gives everyday Kiwis the means to reduce waste, ... More >>

Bring Your Own Bag: Think Beyond Plastic

Monday, 19 June 2017, 4:56 pm | Grey Lynn 2030

Bring Your Own Bag: Think Beyond Plastic Helps Move Auckland Towards Goal of Sustainability 16 June, 2017 Grey Lynn Waste Away presents Bring Your Own Bag: Think Beyond Plastic, a fun and interactive event educating public about the effects of plastic bags on ... More >>

Community energy needs come first for AECT candidate

Wednesday, 17 October 2012, 4:15 pm | Grey Lynn 2030

Rapidly increasing household power prices led to Chris Olson forming Grey Lynn 2030's energy group a year ago to focus on developing community ideas to promote energy efficiency. The energy group’s first major project is working to install solar ... More >>

Guerilla Gardening kicks off Community Week

Saturday, 20 March 2010, 1:57 pm | Grey Lynn 2030

Grey Lynners will wake up on Sunday morning to a new vegetable and flower garden planted on Council maintained grass berm over night by Ooooby. The planting known as "berm bombing" or "guerilla gardening" kicks off a week of community-focused events ... More >>

Grey Lynn ready for a low carbon community party

Friday, 12 March 2010, 12:13 pm | Grey Lynn 2030

Thursday 11 March 2010 Subject: Grey Lynn 2030 Week (21 – 27 March) For immediate use More >>

AECT Election: The Power is With the Community

Wednesday, 28 October 2009, 4:43 pm | Grey Lynn 2030

With only 2 days remaining in the AECT election a disappointing 14.65% of eligible voters have so far returned postal ballots to decide the 5 trustees of the Trust. At the same time in the 2003 election the turnout was only slightly better at 17.5%. ... More >>

 

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