An excellent lineup of keynote presentations, interactive forums, panel discussions, concurrent sessions, poster presentations and networking opportunities awaits delegates at the upcoming 2017 Making Cities Liveable Conference in Brisbane.
The 10th Making Cities Liveable Conference will be held at the Hotel Grand Chancellor in Brisbane on Monday 10 July and Tuesday 11 July 2017. The two-day conference will be followed by the one-day Safe Cities Conference on Wednesday 12 July 2017.
Registrations are now open for the conference with early bird registrations closing on 29 May 2017. Delegates may register for the Making Cities Liveable Conference or for both conferences.
Keynote speaker: Amy Child
Amy Child, Senior Transport Planner, Arup will share her thoughts on the role of active modes in creating liveable and equitable cities at the 10th Making Cites Liveable Conference.
The walkability of a city is a key indicator to the liveability of a city. Be it for business or leisure, those who walk are creators of a sense of place. Walking instead of using transport reduces congestion, and improves air quality and social inclusion.
Amy will draw upon her recent experience in developing walking and cycling strategies in Western Australia and Victoria as well as Arup’s publication ‘Cities Alive: Towards a Walking World’.
The full lineup of keynote speakers can be viewed on the Making Cities Liveable Conference website.
Image: Amy Child (HealthyCities.com.au)