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Free negotiation and influencing workshop

Posted in Events by Ferne Edwards on August 22nd, 2008

Please find some information about Environment Victoria’s upcoming free community workshop on Effective Negotiation and Influencing Skills.

“The workshop is specifically designed for people who are actively seeking to improve environmental and river health, EV individual and group members, Waterkeeper members, Landcare members and anyone who is involved in working groups or stakeholder committees, especially on water issues.”

When: Thursday 18th September, 9am -5pm
Where: Meeting Room. 60L Green Building, 60 Leicester St, Carlton 3053
Cost: FREE! Lunch provided.
For more information and bookings: contact Juliet Le Feuvre T: 9341 8106, E: juliet.lefeuvre @envict.org.au. Bookings close Monday 15 September.

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Free presentation of Al Gore’s Slide Show

Posted in Movements by Ferne Edwards on May 1st, 2007

Like Rachel Carsons “Silent Spring”, Al Gores movie “an inconvenient truth” was a watershed in the environmental movement, it focused world attention on the problems of global warming and climate change. The precursor to this movie was the Al Gore Slideshow. A simple, but poignant, slideshow which clearly demonstrated the current impact and possible future impact of climate change, while dispelling the myths of global warming denial.

Sustainability Street is proud to present the “Al Gore Slideshow” which will be delivered by Al Gore trained presenter Gilbert Rochecouste.

FREE
7pm – 9pm Wednesday 30th May 2007
Preston Town Hall
Cnr Gower and High St Preston
Melways Ref Map 18 G-12

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