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.
- 25 Nov 2020
- 9:00 AM
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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.