NZ Sustainable Development Goals Summit 2019
Sustainability experts announced - NZ Sustainable
Development Goals Summit 2019
MEDIA RELEASE 1 August 2019
NZ Sustainable Development Goals Summit announces key panellists and speakers
Experts from all sectors addressing New Zealand’s sustainability challenges have been announced as contributors to the upcoming NZ SDG Summit 2019.
Accelerated action, together will be the focus of
the second New Zealand SDG Summit in Auckland on 2 September
2019 that will address how to achieve the United Nations Sustainable Development
Panellists and speakers include:
Te āhua o tā wāhi, me te whai pānga o
Aotearoa, hei ārahi - The international context and NZ’s
Rt. Honourable Helen Clark (Helen Clark Foundation)
Panel discussion: Dr Jacqueline Parisi (Director, Council for International Development), Dr Russel Norman (Executive Director, Greenpeace), Rachel Le Mesurier (Executive Director Oxfam).
mahi ā muri atu i te arotake - Accelerated action beyond
the status quo:
Chair – Dr Gill Greer, Kevin Hague (Chief Executive, Forest and Bird), Dr Daniel Hikuroa (Senior Lecturer, University of Auckland), Sophie Handford (National Co-ordinator, Student Climate Action)
Ko Te amorangi ki mua, te hāpai ō ki muri -
Taking action locally and collaboratively:
Chair – Penny Hulse (Chair, Environment and Community Committee, Auckland Council), Frith Walker (Manager Place Making, Panuku Development), Rob Creemers (Founding Director, APS – Summit Gold Sponsors), Shahin Najak (UNESCO Aotearoa Youth Leaders group), Parekawhia McLean (Director, Strategy and Infrastructure, CMDHB).
Hei kawe i a
tātou ki te āpōpō - Leading into the
Chair – Victoria Rhodes-Carlin (UN Youth Association), Kate Boylan (Sustainability Engineer, Tonkin and Taylor, NZGBC Future Thinkers), Waimirirangi Koopu-Stone and Tamoko Ormsby (Founders, Pipiri ki a Papatuanuku), Dewy Scayan (Solicitor and campaigner), Fale Andrew Lesa (UNESCO Youth Ambassador, Asia Pacific).
Summit Registration is open to all and the cost to delegates starts from $86.25 for students.