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Online Webinar

Can local government prepare small business for a climate emergency?

Local Government is leading the charge in attempting to address the climate emergency. In this webinar we will explore ways in which local government can support small businesses to prepare for a climate emergency.

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Can local government prepare small business for a climate emergency?
Can local government prepare small business for a climate emergency?

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14 June 2022, 10:30 am – 11:30 am

Online Webinar

About the event

Local Government has a strategic role in supporting local inititives to prepare small business for a climate emergency. When resources are feeling tight and small business is under more pressure than ever before, what can local govermnet do to support climate preparedness?

In this free webinar Chad King will explore successful case studies from Australia and beyond that will explore the myriad of ways local government can support small business to prepare for a climate emergency. This will help you shape your climate action plan and identify quick wins for long term change.

Chad King is an urban planner who specialised in strategic planning and transformation across Government and is passionate about decarbonisation. He is a leading thinker in the future of government service delivery and the role of Councils in enabling communities to thrive. He's also a small business owner with first hand experience of the challenges in preparing a small business for a climate emergency.

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