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Southern Cross Garden Bar Restaurant

39 Abel Smith Street

Wellington, Wellington 6011

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Green Drinks Wellington is a space for environmentally minded people to meet and chat over social drinks.

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GREEN DRINKS - JUNE

The New Zealand Infrastructure Commission, Te Waihanga is developing a 30 year Infrastructure Strategy for Aotearoa. Currently consultation is open on the proposed direction for the Strategy. Professionals across the built environments sectors in New Zealand need to take this opportunity to provide their insights into this consultation process. The resulting Infrastructure Strategy will be a crucial part of the trajectory of our environments and communities across the country in the future.

We are focusing on this strategy at our June Green Drinks in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch to provide more information about the proposed approach and gather feedback from professionals which will form the basis of our submission to this consultation process.

Please do join us for this conversation whether you have read the proposed strategy or not, whether you are an infrastructure professional or not. The decisions made in this process will shape our future and we need to be involved.

Green Drinks Wellington is a space for environmentally minded people to meet and chat over social drinks.

Hosted by The Sustainability Society and The 2100 Collective.

Join us, same place, same time on the first Wednesday of every second month.

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The Sustainability Society is a national network in New Zealand established to foster sustainability across the built environment.The Society provides learning and fosters dialogue on sustainability through workshops, webinars, forums and other projects.

It takes a complex systems approach to sustainability, recognising that human and natural systems are increasingly interconnected and interdependent.

 

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