Perth: The most sustainable small city in Europe - what will it take?
Following the success of the ‘Perth: the most sustainable small city in Europe’ conferences at the end of 2020, the first of a regular series of ‘Sustainable Perth Events' will take place via zoom on Thursday 1st July 4-6pm. This will be an opportunity to learn what progress has been made by the Perth City Leadership Forum towards Perth becoming the most sustainable small city in Europe and to hear about future plans. There will also be opportunities to open conversations about where to go next.
Our invitation extends to everyone with a role to play in our vision for the city and wider Perthshire including major employers, local businesses, community groups and local organisations, so please pass this on to your colleagues who may be interested in joining us.
Please register here on Eventbrite for a free ticket.
We very much look forward to welcoming you to this event and hope to see as many of you as possible.
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