students of sustainability conference

Discussion in 'Planting, growing, nurturing Plants' started by dewbee, Jul 7, 2006.

  1. dewbee

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    And one of the most disorganised, misinformed events I've ever attended.

    My 2c.
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    Another group pushing their own barrow.

    Still each to their own.
     
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    SOS

    Weeeell, i guess it was nice to catch up with people who i hadn't seen for years, it was nice to see what they'd been doing with their lives all this time. I don't think that it was that misinformed.... i didn't think that it was that disorganised... there will allways be the political element of barrow-pushing in any of these issues... i think that it is up to the individual to make up their own mind about what is happening.
    I met some amazing young highly motivated and responsibly educated people, which made me feel that something is being done, despite how awful things may appear. I think some progress of the sort that needs to happen is being made. I found a positive experience in the whole thing.... i think that the networking that this event allows and encourages and exists for is important on a personal and social level... i am sorry you found the event uninspiring!
    cheers.
     
  5. Richard on Maui

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    So Boab, this conference was worse than the PDC at NSCF? Mate, what have you ever organised that you are so quick to bash everyone else's efforts? No offence and please - that isn't meant as a rhetorical question; if you are a great organiser, I am interested to hear about your successes, and how you feel these community organisations can do better.
     

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