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    Triple bottom line economics, responsible investment and lessons from London: Green Cities 2015

    Nathan Johnson

    Green Cities 2015: Connect, a three day sustainability conference held in Melbourne, will see over 50 speakers discussing pertinent topics for the green building industry, including a keynote from internationally acclaimed urban planner, Larry Beasley.

    This year’s event will include a variety of sessions ranging from presentations on biomimicry and design inspired by nature to interactive panel discussions on urban planning.

    Triple bottom line economics, responsible investment, changemaking and lessons from London urban planning will also be hot topics at the three day event.

    David Tickle of HASSELL, Katharina Nieberler-Walker of Conrad Gargett Riddel Ancher Mortlock Woolley, Sasha Coles of ASPECT, David Holm of Cox Architecture and Michael Pawlyn of Exploration Architecture will all be involved in the event, as will a variety of members of the Green Building Council Australia. 

    Weapons of Mass Creation, a competition that challenges industry to innovate, create and reinvigorate to deliver more sustainable cities, will round out the event with the People’s Choice and Judge’s Choice to be awarded on the final afternoon.

    The event program can be downloaded here:
    And tickets can be found here.

    Speakers include:

    • Sacha Coles
    • Craig Davis
    • Robert Doyle
    • Gail Hall
    • Shea Hatch
    • Stuart Heseltine
    • David Holm
    • Brent Jacobs
    • Nina James
    • Lauren Kajewski
    • Brad Krauskopf
    • Kylie Legge
    • Professor Vivian Loftness
    • Ming Long
    • Kathy Mac Dermott
    • Romilly Madew
    • Bernadette May
    • Anita Mitchell
    • Ken Morrison
    • Andrew Pettifer
    • Holly Ransom
    • Anna Skarbek
    • David Tickle
    • Ian Van Eerden
    • Professor Rob Adams AM
    • Mark Baker-Jones
    • Jillian Broadbent AO
    • Michael Cameron
    • Sacha Coles

     

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