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Reinventing Progress conference on April 17th 2012

PostPosted: Thu May 10, 2012 5:55 pm
by greenbuild
Reinventing Progress conference on April 17th 2012.
This event was presented by the Cairns and Far North Environment Centre with funding from the federal Deparment of Sustainability, Environment, Water, Population and Communities and with the generous support of the local sponsors listed below.
Please find links below to:
Conference program
Conference poster
About the speakers

The presentations from each of the speakers are included below:

Introduction slides attached (0.6MB)

Maree Grenfell - What is a sustainable future? Powerpoint PDF attached (1.9MB)

Professor Ian Lowe - Welcoming change and recognising opportunities. Powerpoint pdf attached (1.7MB)


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Kate Harris - Leadership for an uncertain future. Powerpoint pdf attached (3.2MB)


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Allan Jones - Can cities generate their own electricity? http://www.sydney2030.com.au/developmen ... neshttp://


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Matthew Wright - A Zero Carbon Future - what will it take? Powerpoint pdf attached (11.6MB)


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Amandine Denis - Making sense of the carbon economy. Powerpoint pdf attached (1.9MB)


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Professor Peter Newman - What will sustainable cities and towns of the future look like? Powerpoint pdf attached (8.5MB)

Nikki Huddy - The importance of planning for happiness and well-being Powerpoint pdf attached (11MB)

Dr Paul Downton - Building resilient and sustainable cities - is it possible? Powerpoint pdf attached (12.3MB)

Marcus Barber - Strategic futures session. Powerpoint pdf attached (0.2MB)

Strategic futures workshop notes. Pdf attached

Gold sponsor:
Cairns Regional Council
Silver sponsors:
Regional Development Australia
James Cook University and TropEco
Arup
The Hotel Cairns