Are you keen to get involved in a discussion about climate change, focused on issues and solutions in Pukerua Bay? Want to find out what others are doing, and how you can be part of a community response that starts from our strengths and the positive things we are already doing?
Whether as an individual or as a member of a group, you are warmly welcomed to a community workshop to be held on Sunday 16 October in the Pukerua Bay School and Community Hall. This will be a ‘stock-take’ meeting where we develop an understanding of the local impacts of climate change, ascertain what issues are on top for people and map our connections with each other. We will also consider the UN Sustainable Development Goals and think about what they mean for our village.
We really look forward to seeing you there!
The purpose of this workshop is to:
- Raise awareness about environmental activities in Pukerua Bay (Kaitiakitanga)
- Raise awareness about climate change impacts
- Identify a set of residents who want to take the conversation further
Light refreshments will be provided.
|Whakawhanaungatanga: introduction, why are you here
|Brief overview from Council
|Sustainable Development Goals exercise – Led by Barbara Nebel
Grab a cup of tea and reflect
|Lightning report back from each group
|Synthesise, report back and discussion
|Karakia and close