Bunbury Clean Jobs Roadshow
WA’s sustainable transformation is just getting started, and we are already beginning to see the exciting opportunities that it brings for jobs, businesses and communities.
Join Conservation Council of WA, Clean State and local leaders from the Bunbury community for an action-packed day of discussion and workshopping community ideas that can generate jobs and new business for a clean and sustainable WA. To build thriving communities we need locals with the passion and curiosity to give environmental solutions a go. So bring your family and friends along and help make Bunbury a clean and exciting place to live and work.
At this event you’ll have the opportunity to:
- Learn more about the 200,000 jobs we can create through action on climate change in WA
- Hear from local leaders already working towards a more sustainable way of living
- Meet other members of your community who care about clean jobs and sustainable communities
- Share your thoughts about the clean jobs and sustainable opportunities in your community
This is a free event and light refreshments will be provided.
Thank you to LotteryWest who is a major supporter of this community engagement series for 2020/21
Lottery West is unique – it remains the only lottery in Australia which is State Government owned and operated with a majority of money spent on tickets going back to the people of WA through prizes and grants, to support wonderful events like this one!
This is a COVID-Safe event following the latest health advice.
About Clean State:
Clean State advocates for action on sustainable jobs in Western Australia. As part of our government’s State Recovery Advisory Group and through our research, advocacy and community engagement, we promote solutions to address WA’s biggest polluters in ways that create thousands of jobs and exciting opportunities for communities and businesses across the state
WHENNovember 28, 2020 at 11am - 1pm
WHEREBREC (Bunbury Regional Entertainment Centre)
2 Blaire St
Bunbury, WA 6230
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