Free Public Forum, Wellington
2 - 4 pm, Wed 12th July
Theme: Growing an economy that sustainably harvests our county's rich natural capital.
What challenges does this bring for central / local government and communities. What are the longer term opportunities and implication if we are to achieve Wellness in our economy, environment, society and national culture?
Format: A presentation by Hunter, followed by interactive discussions with a panel of youth and others from a range of organisations who can talk about current initiatives, indicators, achievements and help us all express our future visions.
Supporting Panel: (Provisional)
People who can give coverage over the four wellbeing categories, particularly relating to regional development under the Local Government Act and its Long Term Council Community Planning Strategy (LTCCP) e.g.
Wellington Regional Strategy, Project Director - Graham Spargo
Wellington Option 3 Community Group - Karl Baker
Tapu te Rangi Marae - Bruce Stewart (Community and environmental restoration)
Pataka Gallery and Museum Porirua - Margaret Tolland - (Arts and culture)
WCC Economic Development Advisor - Brian Patchett (Economic)
University Students covering these four categories
Social / Community studies
Cultural / Arts / Maori studies
Other proactive young people
Facilitator: Morgan Williams - Commissioner for the Environment
Venue: Wellington City Ilott Theatre in the Town Hall complex
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Our partner Hunter told us stories from around the planet to get us thinking about what we are doing to it. We can all share ideas to help us do things right now to make a difference.
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