Living Streets Aotearoa ran the 4th New Zealand Conference on walking and liveable communities on 2/3 August 2010 in Wellington.
Conference Social Programme
Sunday 1 August 2010
Golden Foot Awards and Welcome Function
The announcement and presentation for the winner/s of the Golden Foot Awards will be made as part of the Conference Welcome at James Cook Hotel Grand Chancellor in Chancellor 1 at 5:30pm
Light nibbles will be provided and a cash bar is available.
Greg Ellis, Conference MC
Greg graduated from Victoria University in 1992 with a BA in Theatre and Film and in 1994 graduated with a Diploma in Secondary teaching. Greg has taught in secondary schools in New Zealand and England. He has taught comedy and improvisation throughout the country for 17 years at secondary and tertiary levels.
Conference and Awards 2010 LogosSubmitted by liz thomas on Fri, 14/05/2010 - 14:31
Draft Conference programme 2 July 2010
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Julie-Anne Genter information
Julie is a transportation planner with McCormick Rankin Cagney consultants. She is passionate about sustainable transport and sees an extraordinary opportunity to achieve better economic outcomes and more liveable cities with innovative approaches to defining and solving transportation problems.
Her professional experience has centred on ground breaking research into rectifying transportation market distortions; including new methods of economic evaluation of transport and urban design, and strategic approaches to parking management.
Living Streets Aotearoa is the New Zealand organisation for people on foot, promoting walking-friendly communities. We are a nationwide organisation with local branches and affiliates throughout New Zealand.
We want more people walking and enjoying public spaces be they young or old, fast or slow, whether walking, sitting, commuting, shopping, between appointments, or out on the streets for exercise, for leisure or for pleasure.