Free Workshops - How to Run a Sustainable Event

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Posted 28 February, 2024
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In partnership with QLDC, Wastebusters and EAS, Wao, a local non-profit – set up to run programmes and events that help the community look towards a transition that shapes a sustainable future, are hosting two FREE workshops on How to Run a Sustainable Event.

The objective of the workshop is to give event organisers the opportunity to get together and tackle the waste and emissions challenge.

Participants will learn tips and strategies from the experts and have the opportunity to brainstorm ways that we can collectively come up with solutions and explore practical steps you can take for your event to reduce its impact.  Morning tea provided. Come with your team, ideas, questions and challenges.

WANAKA
13th March 2024 | 8:30am - 12:30pm | Armstrong Room @ Lake Wānaka Centre

QUEENSTOWN
14th March 2024 | 8:30am - 12:30pm | Function Room @ Queenstown Memorial Centre

To register click here - https://airtable.com/appQD8kowpAQ395D0/pag72DUuNU4ByXhpl/form


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