I will shop for food at my local farmers market

There are plenty of reasons to shop at your local market – fresh food, supporting local producers, reducing food miles, and getting amongst the local market vibe. Find your local market with Auckland Markets - a perfect one-stop guide to the markets across Auckland.

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I will shop for food at my local farmers market

There are plenty of reasons to shop at your local market – fresh food, supporting local producers, reducing food miles, and getting amongst the local market vibe. Find your local market with Auckland Markets - a perfect one-stop guide to the markets across Auckland.

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I will only buy New Zealand seasonal fruit and vegetables

Taking the time to check the labels on those oranges and choosing the local version makes a big difference. If you’re not sure what’s in season 5 a Day have put together a handy chart of New Zealand produce and when it’s in season.

Make this pledge and your action could save 334 kg of CO2e emissions per year - equivalent to 1.8 times the average waste one person sends to landfill each year.

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I will only buy New Zealand seasonal fruit and vegetables

Taking the time to check the labels on those oranges and choosing the local version makes a big difference. If you’re not sure what’s in season 5 a Day have put together a handy chart of New Zealand produce and when it’s in season.

Make this pledge and your action could save 334 kg of CO2e emissions per year - equivalent to 1.8 times the average waste one person sends to landfill each year.

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I will plant a fruit tree in my backyard, community garden, or shared space

Get growing and in no time you’ll being enjoying the fruits of your labour – at a fraction of the cost of buying fruit from the supermarket.

Make this pledge and your action could save 100 kg CO2e per year - that's like driving 479 km in a medium sized petrol engine car.

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I will plant a fruit tree in my backyard, community garden, or shared space

Get growing and in no time you’ll being enjoying the fruits of your labour – at a fraction of the cost of buying fruit from the supermarket.

Make this pledge and your action could save 100 kg CO2e per year - that's like driving 479 km in a medium sized petrol engine car.

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I will keep chickens to provide eggs for my household

For your own supply of lovely fresh eggs, all you need is three square metres of spare backyard on a property smaller than 2,000 square metres, plus space for a coop. Interested in taking the first step? Check out Good Magazine’s beginner guide to keeping chickens. Auckland Council has clear guidelines about keeping chickens in the Animal Management Bylaw, so make sure you read pages 17-19 before you get going.

Make this pledge and your action could save 4 kg CO2e per year - that's like running a gas BBQ for 2 hours.

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I will keep chickens to provide eggs for my household

For your own supply of lovely fresh eggs, all you need is three square metres of spare backyard on a property smaller than 2,000 square metres, plus space for a coop. Interested in taking the first step? Check out Good Magazine’s beginner guide to keeping chickens. Auckland Council has clear guidelines about keeping chickens in the Animal Management Bylaw, so make sure you read pages 17-19 before you get going.

Make this pledge and your action could save 4 kg CO2e per year - that's like running a gas BBQ for 2 hours.

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