Lucy is schedule to be a key speaker at the Power Shift NZ-Pacific 2012. Bookings for the summit are now available from EventFinder:

Join the biggest youth climate summit New Zealand has ever seen! Power Shift will be part conference, part festival, part workshop and part celebration of the power of 1000 young people to change the world. Are you in?

We’re inviting 1000 students, young professionals and emerging leaders from across the Pacific region to converge in Auckland for the first ever Power Shift NZ-Pacific.

Based on the international Power Shift movement, over the 3-day summit we’ll engage with climate solutions, hear from inspirational speakers, learn new skills, take climate action and forge new friendships.

At Power Shift we’ll also launch a big campaign to push for climate solutions this corner of the world has ever seen - yow!

Power Shift is led by young people, for young people. So if you are aged between 14-35 years*, come and join us! No matter what your level of experience is with climate change and campaigning we want you to be involved.

We’ve got 1000 spaces, people coming from all over the country, and the Pacific, so get your ticket today!

Key speakers include: Lucy Lawless, Len Brown, Jinty McTavish and many more still being confirmed.

There will be entertainment on the Friday comedy night, with great NZ and Auckland comedians, and a music gig with a Pacific flavour on the Saturday night. Acts still to be confirmed, but may include Head Lock (Che Fu and King Kapisi)... but all this depends on how many early-bird tickets we can sell, so get your ticket now and then we can confirm our acts! Early-bird sales close on 31st September.


Fri 7 Dec, 8:00am–5:00pm

Sat 8 Dec, 9:00am–5:00pm

Sun 9 Dec, 9:00am–5:00pm

Where: University of Auckland, 24 Princes St, Auckland CBD Show map

Restrictions: R15

Ticket Information:

  • Early-bird (before 31 Sept): $63.00
  • Regular: $90.00
  • Booking fees may apply





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