Free Public Forum, Hamilton
7:00 - 9:00pm, Thurs 6th July
Theme: Growing vibrant enterprising communities that live in balance with and are guardians of their local environment and culture. Discussing the opportunities and barriers that communities face when focusing on sustainable development.
Format: A presentation by Hunter followed by interactive discussions with a panel mainly composed of Whaingaroa (Raglan) community project representatives and students from their local enviroschool. This community has prepared its own catchment plan and this process helped people to get on and do things. This panel will represent the four wellbeings Economic, Community, Environment and Culture (quad bottom line) :
Supporting Panel: (provisional):
Hamilton Youth Forum - Dileepa Foneska, Andrew Vercoe
Raglan Area School - Enviroschools students
Liz Stanway - Whaingaroa Environment Group - producing an integrated catchment plan that inspires community action
Malibu Hamilton - linking diverse groups in a community for collaborative action
Kaiwaka Riki - Kaiwhenua Organics - an enterprise that also supports and respects its community and the environment
SIFE Waikato Team Student - TBA - Students In Free Enterprise changing the world
Facilitator: Mahuru Robinson - Hamilton City Council Youth Advisor
Venue: Waikato University - Management School, PWC Theatre
Capacity: Limited to 394 persons, so secure your place early.
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