SMART REGION YOUTH
Free Public Forum - Christchurch
7 - 9 pm, Mon 3rd July
Theme: Sustainability - your future or ours?
A forum hosted and organised by the Canterbury Youth Environment Forum.
Expect some challenging perspectives about how we grow our region to minimise risk and maximise opportunity for future generations - Expanding to a wider perspective covering the likes of environment, tourism, conservation, water resources, energy, agriculture, business.
Format: A presentation by Hunter that allows the public to get a better appreciation of world trends and learnings, followed by an interactive discussion with a panel of young people including proactive university students from a range of faculties.
Canterbury Youth Environment Forum
University Students -
CPIT - Tourism and Adventure Recreation - Kelly Blaney
U of C Fine Arts - Zoe Thompson-Moore
Central Lecture Theatre C2, University of Canterbury
via internal roads: Arts or Forestry Rd, off public roads Clyde or Creyke Rd.
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My name is Hatata and we need you to help us with NZ's biggest roundup.
Herd your parents, family, grandparents, teachers, friends, businessmen, farmers, developers, doctors, builders, engineers, lawyers, architects, researchers, judges, professors, bankers, mayors, councilors, politicians and all. We need them all working alongside us to help grow the kind of world that we would like to leave for all our future grandchildrens.
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.
Click on the menus in the left panel to get information, about this event and the middle panel to find the video and other resources we now share with the rest of the world. Sustainability:
your future or ours? Theme - ChCh RegionYouth Forum