Following COP26, the urgent need for climate action and decarbonisation is at the top of mind for the public and policy-makers alike. But not every method of decarbonisation leads to an equitable outcome.
The Helen Clark Foundation and WSP are pleased to co-host a free, public webinar to discuss what an equitable climate change response might look like for our communities and cities in Aotearoa, especially with regards to transport equity.
The webinar will build on our recently-published report on this topic, Te Ara Matatika – The Fair Path. Author Holly Walker will introduce the report and facilitate a discussion with an expert panel of Alec Tang, Director Sustainability at Kāinga Ora; Peter McGlashan, Lead Advisor Urban Mobility at Waka Kotahi; Erin Gough, disability advocate and Lead Advisor Rights at the Office of the Children’s Commissioner; and Kumeroa Pihama, Pou Whanake – Technical Director Māori at WSP. Viewers will also be able to submit questions to the panel.
Helen Clark Foundation members and WSP clients will have access to priority registration before it is opened to the wider public.Read more