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Be Part of the Conversation About the Future of Our Regions

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A Place to Live

For the life worth having


BE PART OF THE CONVERSATION ABOUT THE FUTURE OF OUR REGIONS

16-19 November 2014

Whanganui

About the conference:

It’s time to discuss the future of our regions. Wonder at the Power of One and the Power of Many to achieve change!

It’s time to take a good look at the way we are living our lives. Hear internationally-renowned author Richard Louv talk about the negative consequences of our disconnect with nature in The Nature Principle.

It’s time to properly value Our Natural Capital on which the economy and our well-being depend. What do we need to do to restore and maintain our natural resources, and who’s going to do it?

Register now at Early Bird prices (to 31 August) to join a cast of imaginative and committed New Zealanders, who share the vision of the life worth having …for all our people.

Visit the website, get to know some of our speakers, name the speakers in the photos and be in to win one of 5 full conference registration refunds.

REGISTER HERE

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