The Thames-Hauraki Forest and Bird and the Thames Coast Protection Society warmly invite you to a meeting with the candidates for the general election 2014. Speeches will include environmental policy. Attendees will have the opportunity to ask questions and to have individual conversations with the speakers. The meeting will be facilitated by Ken Carpenter from Forest and Bird and Richard Moyle from Thames Coast Protection Society.See More
Mrs Greenjeans Seedlings is committed to providing healthy, strong organic seedlings to gardeners and growers in the Thames area. A partnership between Nancy Zwaan and Trish Hatfield, Mrs Greenjeans sells her wares weekly at the Grahamstown Market and also at the Thames Organic Shop on Pollen Street. Currently Mrs Greenjeans grows a wide range of vegetable plants, many herbs and some flowers. This is an Organic Farm New Zealand certified organic business.See More
A place to share good books you've read - or one's you want to. And the chance to explore their ideas - or seek support in those gloomy moments with Al Gore!T3 Groupshobbies and gamesOrganisationsSee More
The idea of ‘peak oil’ — that global production will reach a peak and then decline — has been around for decades. The true volume of proven global reserves is clouded by secrecy; forecasts by state oil companies are not audited and seem to be exaggerated. The notion that oil is produced by the earth - abiogenic oil - is largely discredited.
Should we be concerned about the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPPA)? Click link for news.
If these secret negotiations succeed [the only documents in the public domain have been leaked] they will create a mega-treaty across nine or more countries that puts a straightjacket on the policies and laws our government can adopt for the next century and give massive new powers to corporations.
Thames residents may be sitting on a gold mine
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