Moa’s Ark Revisited: What we can do to switch the world back into more biodiverse and hence more sustainable working order?
David Bellamy has done heaps to promote the taonga (treasure) of our homeland Aotearoa NZ, so it is with great aroha and our deepest respect that we welcome this tall totara back on his “Moa’s Ark Revisited” tour during September 2009.
If anyone does not know what we mean by this, then get your friends and family together, turn off the TV station and instead view the four 50 minute episodes of his “Moa’s Ark” downloadable video.
Thanks to DOC and Air New Zealand for getting David back for the Whirinaki 25 celebrations. David was a key influencer in the revolt against state milling of the spectacular Whirinaki Rainforest. It remains today as one of his favourite places on our planet.
Read what he says in Seven Decades of Destruction – the value of old growth forest: balancing the cycles of our Living World.
We expect this will be a “report card” on how well we are treasuring and safeguarding our place, culture, and values.
David is always challenging. He loves working with young people (see Some Things Must Change video), making nature fun, helping us face the issues and take positive action.
8 September 2009
7pm – 9pm
Venue: Room OGGB4, Owen G. Glenn Building, 12 Grafton Road
Contact: RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
A Public Forum featuring David Bellamy and youth panel