Sir Peter Blake Youth Environment Forum
When: 15-19 April 2012 in Auckland
Who: Three Y12 secondary school students from the
Bay of Plenty
What: Applications are now closed.
This is a fantastic opportunity for the students to work with
professionals and 47 other students from around the country to
help shape a sustainable future for New Zealand. Students will
learn about environmental issues through field trips and working
with industry and community experts and develop strategies to
address them. The Ministry for the Environment runs this event with
the Sir Peter Blake Trust.
Thirty of the forum delegates will also be selected for the
Young Blake Expedition to the Kermadec Islands, 1000kms north-east
of New Zealand. The group of secondary school students from
around New Zealand will travel on board HMNZS Canterbury to the
Kermadecs from 8 - 19 August, with a crew of subject experts
including scientists, artists, educators, communicators and
leaders. The students' travel, food and accomodation will be fully
sponsored and they will be chaperoned.
To find out more, please visit the
What: is an innovative and exciting Education
for Sustainability programme. The programme involves a tough
inter-school competition, a variety of environmentally themed
challeenges and development of environmental champions. It's
designed to give senior students the tools, knowledge and skills to
bring about positive environmental changes within their
school. Enviro-challenge examines tangible environmental
problems and stimulates students to fine creative, dynamic
solutions to the issues that are facing them and their
Who: for students aged 16 - 18 years.
When: During Term 1 teams gather their
information; the challenge is towards the end of Term 1
Find out more - visit the website
Rotorua Youth Environment Forum
Are you Eco Friendly?
The Rotorua Youth Environment Forum is run in conjunction with
Bay of Plenty Regional Council.
The aims of the Forum are:
- To increase environmental awareness amongst the youth in the
- To create proactive attitudes about environmentally friendly
lifestyles within the community.
- To take active steps in improving the Rotorua environment.
The Forum consists of students from Secondary and Intermediate
schools in the Rotorua region.
Contact us for further information. Please see our contact
details at the bottom of this page.
The ReGeneration network was created to support young
environmental and social changemakers and enable them to move
powerfully from secondary schooling, through further education and
work experience, and into purpose related employment that is an
expression of their highest values and aspirations.
Find out more about the ReGeneration network at www.regeneration.org.nz or you can contact
Billy Matheson at Regeneration ph: (021) 688-770, firstname.lastname@example.org