Environmental Issues Winter Lecture Series hosted by Auckland Civic Trust.
City: Auckland Regional council: Auckland

This year the Auckland Civic Trust celebrates 30 years of involvement in Auckland's heritage and environment with a series of three lectures on topical environmental issues. There will be plenty of discussion time followed by wine and nibbles. Admission is free. Come along and meet others that share an interest in the sustainable future of our city and our country.

Winter lecture series

6.15pm Thursday 11th June 1998
Hobson Room,  Jubilee Centre,  545 Parnell Road

Peggy Lauer

'An American perspective: Can other countries learn anything from resource management in New Zealand?'

Peggy is visiting New Zealand from California where she is the Vice President of the Resource Renewal Institute

6.15pm Thursday 18th June 1998
Hobson Room, Jubilee Centre, 545 Parnell Road

Russell Bartlett and panel

'Mac Attack'
The McShane report on the Resource Management Act:
What does it mean for your neighbourhood, your city, and you?

Russell is a well known resource management lawyer with Ellis Gould

6.15pm Thursday 2nd July 1998
Hobson Room, Jubilee Centre, 545 Parnell Road

Professor John Morton

'The Affluent Region: Auckland Past and Possible'

Professor Morton is a renowned conservationist and the Civic Trust Patron.

The winter lecture series is free for all

You are invited to join us for wine and nibbles after each lecture.
For more information please call Tania ph 3793017.

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