Western BOP Urban forum and transport project

Western BOP Urban forum and transport project

Working with the NZ Transport Agency, SmartGrowth are pleased to launch an important urban development and transport project for the Western Bay of Plenty.
 
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SociaLink Meeting - Review of the Charities Act

SociaLink Meeting - Review of the Charities Act

Have you heard about the Review of the Charities Act and call for submissions, due April 30th, but not sure where to start?  Read more here.
 
SociaLink invites you to a meeting on the Review which will background some of the issues that need addressing and the extent to which registered charities can advocate for their causes or points of view.  This meeting is on 17 April in Tauranga.
 
Provincial Growth Fund Funding Announcements

Provincial Growth Fund Funding Announcements

National Just Transition Summit

National Just Transition Summit

The Just Transition National Summit, to be held in Taranaki in May 2019, is a chance to have your say in defining what a just transition to a low emissions future looks like in New Zealand, and what steps we need to take towards a new kind of economy with good, high paying jobs.
 
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Our Environment Report Release 18 April

Our Environment Report Release 18 April

Environment Aotearoa 2019 - our overview state of the environment report - will be released on 18 April. 
 
This is the first environment report that draws together the findings from the five sector reports released over the last three years. 
 
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Te Ohanga - a Bio-Economy Hub in Rotorua

Te Ohanga - a Bio-Economy Hub in Rotorua

Did you know that there is a place in Rotorua using science to solve some of our key sustainability challenges?  

Go here to find out more about Aotearoa's circular bio-economy hub

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COBOP: working better together

Collaboration Bay of Plenty (COBOP) is a network of local and regional councils and central government agencies in the Bay of Plenty. We are the hub of co-operative inter-agency work where Chief Executives and Senior Managers representing these agencies, work together to meet the current and future needs of communities in the Bay.

Together we promote the achievement of local and regional community aspirations and priorities through co-operation, collaboration and efficient use of resources. Mandated under the Local Government Act , we know that we can work better, together.

COBOP: working better together

Collaboration Bay of Plenty (COBOP) is a network of local and regional councils and central government agencies in the Bay of Plenty. We are the hub of co-operative inter-agency work where Chief Executives and Senior Managers representing these agencies, work together to meet the current and future needs of communities in the Bay.

Together we promote the achievement of local and regional community aspirations and priorities through co-operation, collaboration and efficient use of resources. Mandated under the Local Government Act , we know that we can work better, together.

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