We have a front row seat for the Sixth Great Extinction in the history of the Earth, and the only one caused by humans. Let’s face it, the planet will long outlive our fragile species, so any focus on “saving the planet” misses the point. We need to protect the delicate ecosystem that humans need to thrive and survive. It’s all about “nurturing our ecosystem in order to save our species.” Can the clothes we buy make a difference? Peruvian, Eduardo Balarezo thinks it can.
Launched earlier this month, with leadership activities in Deer Lake Park and hikes around Burnaby Mountain, the Aboriginal Youth Leadership Program is designed to build self-confidence and self-esteem through shared group experiences in nature.
SkyCity, the largest single-site private-sector employer in central Auckland, prides itself on being an “employer of choice” and we work very hard to recruit and retain the very best people throughout our business of more than 6000 staff across five sites in New Zealand and Australia.
Planned in collaboration with the Ministry of Education(MoE), the programme bridges the worlds of education and work by providing students with the opportunity to develop essential skill sets that will support their transition into the workforce.
The journey of self-discovery was designed to enhance participants’ self-confidence and leadership, teamwork and negotiation skills, in the hopes that these lessons are applied in their professional lives.
Running for Team 9bar, Kim was one of 549 runners who completed a challenging course and tackled more than 3,000 metres of ascent between Dalemain, near Penrith, and Coniston. This was held alongside the Lakeland 100, which started and finished in Coniston.