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Adur District Council

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… LEADERSHIP & ECONOMY Our aim is for Adur and Worthing to support a thriving local economy, supporting entrepreneurs and large businesses who work together in making our towns are sustainable and attractive places to live and work, maximising the benefits of a green recovery. What is already happening locally: Sustainable Business Partnership…

… and can impact greatly upon the persons’ mental health. Moving Adur and Worthing towards the ambitions defined in this action plan will mean work, a lot of work. We can create significant employment locally, upskilling people and leading a green recovery. Our existing businesses and enterprises will need to collaborate and partner, viewing waste…

… improvements. ● Educate and empower businesses to look beyond perpetual growth, exploring new economic models, such as circular economies and degrowth. ● Build and promote local entrepreneurs who deliver bespoke and unique businesses and services, encouraging local economic activity through local loyalty schemes or currencies. ● Use the coronavirus crisis to support a green

recovery, helping businesses to align their practices and services in ways which grow economic activity without harming our environment. Often the work we do defines a large part of our how we see ourselves, creating a sense of purpose and self-worth. When people find themselves out of work, this contribution to society is diminished…

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