Can ‘shovel-ready’’ projects provide meaningful jobs AND be sustainable? Sam Judd will talk about his work with Te Mahere Whakauka – The Hope Project to restore communities and the local environment.

About this event

This is an opportunity to hear from Sam Judd on how New Zealand’s recovery could offer highly scalable ‘shovel-ready’ proposals to both stimulate the economy in the short-term and provide meaningful, sustainable jobs, with an environmental benefit and contribute to social and cultural well-being, outcomes in the long-term.

A recording will be made available to individuals who have registered after the event has taken place.

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Sam Judd
Co Founder at Sustainable Coastlines and Co Founder at Te Mahere Whakauka Read Profile