Half Day Forum, Thursday 4 July 2019
Big ideas are cool again. The best place to find them is at Wellington: Creating Tomorrow, a forum inspired by Rotary.
SPEAKERS AT THE 2019 FORUM
What's your Community of Interest?
Wellington Forum promotes online discussion in these eight 'Communities of Interest'.
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Envision a future where creativity enhances wellbeing, health and all related services come together to super-charge Wellingtonians – young, less-young and everyone in between. SEE THE WEBSITE >
Articulate and enable a low-carbon, hugely bio-diverse and sustainable environment. One where waste is minimised, conservation is central to our thinking and where fossil fuels become a thing of the past. SEE THE WEBSITE >
Māori Economic Development
Iwi and Māori led enterprise in the Wellington Region. SEE THE WEBSITE >
Create opportunities for all Wellingtonians – those already here and those still to arrive - to sustainably thrive and prosper in the Wellington Region. Bring your ideas for social enterprise, reducing inequality, eradicating poverty and enabling whanau to enjoy healthy, sustainable lives across generations. SEE THE WEBSITE >
Arts & Culture
‘Paint’ Wellington 2050 as the Creative Capital of New Zealand! From film to arts, culture, literature, music and more, the future belongs to those who create it. SEE THE WEBSITE >
Become part of the energised future of Wellington. Bring your ideas for all-things active, from hiking, biking and sailing to making this the world’s leading pedestrianised city and region. Make mobility real. SEE THE WEBSITE >
Build the urban form you want to see! Use public spaces to enable inter-generational wisdom transfer, with green ‘lungs’, and connected public transport key elements of the next 100 years. SEE THE WEBSITE >
The Future Of Work
Develop tomorrow's work - flexible, inclusive, purposeful - with porous boundaries, where talent is highly mobile, globally oriented and connected and where what happens in New York and elsewhere affects New Zealand. SEE THE WEBSITE >