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Waitaki First Meeting 12.30pm 2 March Law School

Waitaki First Meeting 12.30pm 2 March Victoria Law School

Project Aqua Information Forum
Wellington, 2 March 2004

Theatre GBLT2, (in the grounds of and to the Harbour side of) Law School, Victoria University, Old Government Buildings (near Parliament), Wellington, 12.30 - 2.00pm,

Project Aqua; at what cost, for what benefit?

Chair

Hugh Barr, Wellington Regional Councillor

Welcome and introductions

Speakers

* Dr Helen Brookes, Chair, Waitaki First Inc, "Overview of the Project Aqua proposal and issues"

* Rod Morris, Producer and researcher, Natural History New Zealand, "Secrets of wildlife survival on braided river systems"

* Dr Gerald Carrington, Professor of Physics, Otago University "Sustainability, power security and Project Aqua"

* Dr Helen Brookes, Chair, Waitaki First Inc, "Proposed Consenting Process and participation"

* Chairperson General discussion time and closing remarks

Waitaki First support forms, submission packs and other information available at the door.

We thank you for your attendance and interest in this hugely important issue for all New Zealanders. Please do something that will help prevent further needless loss of our unique rivers to hydroelectic development.

"Don't think Big, think Smart"

ENDS

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