Bike the Earth

Bike the Earth - Environmental sustainability, social justice and wellbeing Symposium and Workshop

30th SEPTEMBER 2010: The art of saving our planet (and our future) is on the Serpentine Community Gallery agenda

next Thursday as we host a one-evening only

Bike the Earth Symposium and Workshop

exploring environmental sustainability,

social justice and wellbeing,

from 6pm to 9pm, plus some extra time for chatting...

Bike The Earth team members Chris Le Breton and Roland Smith (pictured right, in Sydney) will share what inspires them &

why they are cycling to the UN Earth Summit  - Rio, Brazil in December 2012 - through dynamic group interactions,

leading edge information and inspiring multimedia.

Limited space, RSVP promptly

Please RSVP – Tony Gleeson - 0447 619 736

BYO plate of non-packaged food to share

Tea & Coffee available

$5 donation on the door

Where on Earth are we going?

And what can we do about it?

Bike the Earth invites you to explore a new global vision built on

Environmental Sustainability, Spiritual Fulfilment and Social Justice.

  * Where Are We?

 – looking at the state of our planetary & personal well-being

  * How did We Get Here?

 – tracing the root causes that have lead to our current imbalance

  * What’s Possible for the Future?

 – exploring new ways of relating to each other & our planet and

looking at the emerging movement for change

  * Where Do We Go from Here?

 – considering where to stand in the face of the current challenges

and our personal and collective impact of our choices

Bike the Earth is cycling around the world from Melbourne

to finish at the 2012 UN Earth Summit of world leaders in Rio de Janeiro.

We are connecting communities, inspiring initiatives and offering training/coaching,

empowering people in environmental sustainability, social justice and wellbeing.

FOUR YEARS. GO. is a campaign to shift the current trends of humanity by 2014

so that we will be headed on a path toward an environmentally sustainable,

socially just, and spiritually fulfilling future on this planet.

'The next four years will determine our planet's next 1,000.'

Bike the Earth

- 4 Aims -

1. GATHER:  To invite and gather footage of, and then showcase, the latest local examples of sustainable innovation and leadership.

    2. EQUIP: To inspire and support shifts in 'bottom-up' thinking, and to spead the realisation that 'we are the people we've been waiting for'. Specifically, to support and train individuals to be positive change agents in their local communitires - while staying connected to wider initiatives.

    3. INSPIRE: To inspire and support shifts in 'top-down' thinking - positively impacting world (and more local) leaders on the critical decisions that will affect the quality of human life over the next 1000 years.

    4. EDUCATE: To help publicise FourYearsGo and help put the world's focus on the aims of Earth Summit 2012 - seen by many as the most important summit in human history - throughout the thirty months leading up to it.

A Note on the Night

The evening went well,

with a presentation that was

very informative

and quite inspiring.

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 – Event – Bike the Earth - Lismore


17 Bridge St, North Lismore, NSW, 2480.

Contact (02) 6621 6845 or