Free Public Forum, Auckland
2 - 4 pm, Wed 5th July
Theme: Growing sustainable cities where people are well, prosperous and treasure their natural, human, cultural and built environments. Covering all four Wellness areas: economic, environment, community, culture (Quad bottom line)
Format: A challenging presentation by Hunter followed by interactive discussions with a panel of local body representatives and youth working towards Sustainable Cities.
Growing Waitakere as an Ecocity, Mark Allen - Beyond green to local living communities that emulate nature's growth, richness and resilience.
Northcote Development Project, Usa Bressam?? and Loren O'Sullivan - Children and Youth growing a vibrant future with their families, community, business and government
Auckland City Mayor, Dick Hubbard - Futureproofing the city to achieve win-wins for people and environment, not tradeoffs
Auckland Regional Council, Megan Howell - START Project - Sustaining The Auckland Region Together - government and local authorities working towards a shared long term view that drives decisions and action
Tomorrow's Manukau, Ben Stallworthy - Collaboratively visualising community outcomes that drive public and cross agency engagement. (Unable to attend)
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