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Ecoshow 2005 - 3-6 March 2005 in Waitakere

Ecoshow 2005 - 3-6 March 2005 in Waitakere

Sustainable solutions for living today

Every aspect of our daily lives can include sustainable solutions.

Ecoshow 2005 will be a blend of celebration, education and inspiration, all aiming to take the hassle out of looking for earth friendly products and ways.

Innovative local and international technologies that make sustainable living easy can be experienced. Also many practical and economic ways for people to enhance their lives, while caring for their community and the world will be presented.

Ecoshow 2005 will be held at the brand new Trusts Stadium, and, with the support of Waitakere City Council, will incorporate Waitakere City’s Ecoday.

It’s an annual event with over 150 exhibitions, local and international speakers, workshops, demonstrations, yummy organic food and tours.

The basic principles behind the Ecoshow are:

That all things are connected

That integration and interconnection are fundamental to sustainability

That we can and must make appropriate choices now.

Ecoshow 2005 will be held at The Trusts Stadium, Central Park Drive, Henderson, from Thursday 3 March to Sunday 6 March 2005.

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