Ideas, inspiration and action for world-class cities

Tackling Polluting Products and Materials

Rod Oram, Helen Jenkins, Jeff Vickers, Sally Grey, Shawn McIsaac

This event is in partnership with NZGBC.

5:00pm: Networking & refreshments
5:30pm: Start
7:00pm: Finish

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Voting: Why bother?

Oscar Kightley, Marina Matthews, Laura O'Connell Rapira, Michael Goudie, Karl Kane, Hayden Donnell

How do we get more Aucklanders to have their say at this year’s local elections?

5:00pm: Networking & refreshments
5:30pm: Start
7:00pm: Finish

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Auckland Harbour

The Future of Auckland: Is density a dirty word?

Andrew Eagles, Pamela Bell, John Duguid, Penny Hulse, Waiata Rameka-Tupe, Pianina Kahui-McConnell, John Mauro

Why density is so important in designing and planning a sustainable future for Auckland. 

5:00pm: Networking & refreshments
5:30pm: Start
7:00pm: Finish

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Making Auckland an Age-friendly City

Sir Bob Harvey, Janet Clews, Gloria Yaping Gao, Dr Elizabeth Anne Broadbent, Megan Tyler, Glenn Wilcox

Older Aucklanders are an increasing part of the region’s population. How do we work towards making sure that older Aucklanders and those approaching that age group are respected and valued in our community?

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Shared Prosperity: Taking advantage of Auckland's economic growth

Stephanie Honey, Stephen Cheung, Tony Alexander, Nick Hill

Join us at Auckland Conversations as international economic development champion Stephen Cheung and a panel of experts discuss Auckland's priorities for shared prosperity, quality jobs for all, economic development and international business engagement.

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Future-proofing Auckland: is building a sustainable city really possible?

Dr Michelle Dickinson, Davina Rooney, John Mauro, Jacqueline Paul, Ludo Campbell-Reid

With Auckland’s population set to swell to 2 million by as early as 2029, growing demands on housing and infrastructure, and climate change exposing our city to impending natural disasters, future-proofing Auckland has become more important than eve

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