The Whitsunday Conservation Council (WCC) will be hosting a Mayoral Candidates’ Forum on
Wednesday 28 February, 6.00 for 6:30 pm start
Reef Gateway Hotel Conference Room, Shute Harbour Road, Cannonvale.
Entry is free. No need to RSVP but don’t be late, or you may not get a seat. It will be an informative and entertaining evening.
The forum theme is Sustainability and Liveability in the Whitsundays. As a Great Barrier Reef destination, the Whitsundays is second to none. But as tourism grows, so does the community’s expectations. This growth is putting pressure on what we love most about the region, our natural environment.
The Mayor and Regional Council play a key role in promoting sustainability and liveability in the Whitsundays. At the forum you will hear candidates for Mayor explain their vision and leadership for the Whitsundays.
We encourage you to submit questions for candidates through WCC. Simply email them to:
firstname.lastname@example.org by noon Tuesday, 27 February.
Please help to promote the forum by forwarding this email to your friends, inviting them to join you taking this opportunity to meet mayoral candidates, who want your vote to be the Whitsunday mayor for the next four years.
Do you know? Environmental sustainability is the responsibility to conserve natural resources and protect local as well as global ecosystems to support health and well-being, now and in the future. It is also a key element of business success, as it aligns profit with people and the planet.
We Do and We Care – See you at the Forum
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The Climate Council Report – The Lost Years. The Federal Government has covered up poor performance with misleading claims, dubious accounting and censorship. Read the Report – it’s a shocker!
“That’s the definition of insanity” John Kerry, US Special Envoy on Climate Change talking two years ago at COP26 about the world spending trillions of dollars on subsidising fossil fuels – AND WE’RE STILL DOING IT!