The Sustainable Households programme was started in 2000 following the meeting of a group of enviromental education officers in New Zealand. The aim of the programme was to educate kiwis on domestic sustainability issues.
Funded for its first three years by the ministry for the environment, the programme educated its students about saving electricity, choosing the best home in terms of exposure to sunshine, insulation and other keys to living an eco friendly, sustainable life.
The courses were in two hour blocks and went for 5 - 9 sessions.
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