More FM Supports: Wao Summit 2022

More FM Queenstown, Wanaka and Central Otago is proud to support Wao Summit 2022 – A Festival for sustaibaility – Celebrating five years of action and education!

Do you want to make a difference?

Are you passionate about sustainability? 

Want to learn how to implement and snowball regenerative practice?

Welcome, you’ve come to the right place!!
 

Celebrating five years of action and education, our six-day Wao

Summit is a 360 degree approach to creating and fostering tangible,

social and environmental change at every level.
 

Whether you’re new here or been on this ride for a while, we have

kōrero, workshops, films and tours - all designed to help you, help

the planet.
 

We need to act now to decarbonise our economy, restore and

increase biodiversity and ensure we look after the wellbeing of our

communities along the way.
 

Simply put, our planet is dying and we need to do something about

it. Like, yesterday. 
 

Join us and get involved. This is your future.

GET INVOLVED AND GRAB YOUR TICKETS HERE

Who is Wao?

He Wāhi Tūhāhā. He Āmua Whakaohooho | A Unique Place. An

Inspiring Future.

Our aim is to educate, inspire and enable New Zealand

communities to accelerate towards a carbon-zero, regenerative

future and beyond.

We are living in a decade of massive change spurred on by the

reality of climate change, a shift in economic paradigms and

measures taken to mitigate the impact of COVID-19. This is going to

bring many challenges and but also opportunities.

To adapt to the new economic and environmental reality, we will

have to change the way that we govern, work and behave. With this

in mind, Wao was set up to help communities through this transition

period. We look to inspire, educate and enable communities to look

towards the opportunities created by this transition and help to

shape a future that looks towards not just a sustainable future, but

one where we give back more than we take.
 

What is the meaning of Wao?

The forest, with its intrinsic diversity, natural regeneration and

climate regulating abilities.