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Electric Bike Bulk Buy - OPEN NOW!

SEE-Change is once again offering an Electric Bike Bulk Buy.

How this works is that if 10 SEE-Change members commit to purchase an electric bike as part of the bulk buy, everyone receives 15% off the cost of their electric bike.

On Thursday 16 October 2014, 26 SEE-Change members, friends and supporters came along to hear Simone and Kym from Switched on Cycles talk about electric bikes, and to ride them around the park in O'Connor.

Voice of the People - Kitchen Table Conversations: October/November 2014

Are you interested in being part of the October-November Kitchen Table Conversation Project?

You can learn about this initiative by reading the Host Kit and the article by Ross Peake in The Canberra Times at this address:


You can download invitation letters to your guests with ground rules and advice to scribes:

Food Security Roundtable Outcomes

On 22 May 2014 Minister for Agriculture, Shane Rattenbury, held a Minister's Roundtable on food security.


Download the outcomes of the Minister's Roundtable here.

Be ACTSmart: Learn about energy efficient homes at workshops held in ACT Libraries in November.

At these free workshops, participants will learn how to identify and fix heat loss, the pros and cons of insulation and window coverings, and the importance of draught proofing.

Discover how passive design works and how to prioritise your home improvements.

Presented by the ACTSmart Home Energy Advice service at these dates and locations:

SEE-Change Review, Celebration and AGM - Thursday 23 October 2014

If you are a SEE-Change member or are interested in finding out more about SEE-Change, please join us on Thursday 23 October for a review and celebration session followed by our Annual General Meeting (AGM). 

By being a SEE-Change member and joining the SEE-Change Committee, you get to be more engaged and provide direction to the organisation.

Members initiate and sustain great projects around Canberra to support and inspire people to reduce our collective ecological footprint and to build a regenerative economy, with local groups in Woden, Inner South, Inner North and Belconnen.

Australian Capital Region Region Food Hub Information Session - Wednesday 15 October 2014

Please join us to see how the Australian Capital Region Food Hub has progressed since the overwhelming success of the inaugural event in June. 

Learn how we can all help to:

Electric Bike 'test-it-out' night - Thursday 16 October 2014

So what’s the buzz about electric bikes?

 

 - They’re great for commuting – no more parking fees

 - Ride to work with no need to change into your work clothes

Australia's Fuel Security

On Thursday 28 August 2014, SEE-Change and Fusion Canberra organised a lecture about the issue of local and global food, and fuel security titled: Australia's Fuel Security - She'll be right? 

The Presenter was Air Vice-Marshal John Blackburn AO (retired), formerly Deputy Chief of the RAAF, and now a consultant in the fields of Defence and National Security. The NRMA has published two of his reports on Australia's Liquid Fuel Security, the most recent in February 2014.

Based on this presentation, it is clear that fuel security is something that needs greater consideration.

For a copy of the lecture present

Peace and Climate activities on this weekend - Sunday 21 September

This coming Sunday 21 September people around the world will be taking steps to call for action on climate change.

It is also International Day of Peace.

Activities you could join that are happening around Canberra are:

 

Sing for Peace, Walk for Climate.

To start the day you can join the Chorus of Women at their Sing for Peace, Walk for Climate.

Where: Arboretum
Time: 9.00am-10.20am

Measured Irrigation – clever water use in a Canberra garden: Saturday 20 September

Woden SEE Change invites you to attend an over the back fence tour of …

“Measured Irrigation – clever water use in a Canberra garden”

"Measured Irrigation" is an automated tank-fed gravity feed irrigation, developed by Bernie Omodei in Adelaide (http://dot2dotpost.com.au).  

Measured Irrigation runs at much lower pressure than typical irrigation systems, greatly reducing the likelihood of leaks and also allows for different amounts of water to be supplied to different water beds in a simple and controlled way.

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