The Hunter JO and Cities Power Partnership (CPP) are working collaboratively to deliver a regional workshop on Thursday 12 November 2020 for Hunter and Central Coast Councils. CPP are an Australian local government climate network, that provides connection and knowledge-sharing between councils across Australia. The workshop represents an important step towards facilitating a regionally collaborative approach to supporting Councils join the CPP program, and to identifying some common pledges toward which to work collaboratively as a region to deliver.
The regional workshop will:
- Provide an overview of the Cities Power Partnership program, benefits of being a member, and the requirements and process for joining;
- Showcase the benefits that have been realised by the Hunter JO members already involved in the CCP program;
- Collectively review the existing pledges that member councils have made; and
- Identify some common priority pledges and projects that both existing and potentially new signatory Councils could work on collaboratively to deliver.
An invitation and full details on the workshop will be distributed to councils ahead of the event.
To find out more about the Cities Power Partnership, click HERE.
For more information or to express interest in similar future sessions please contact:
Mel Curtis, Regional Policy and Program Manager (Environment), firstname.lastname@example.org M 0428981012.