The Sustainability Conference – join us in Melbourne in 2013

Two Conferences – One Destination

The national Sustainability Conference “Sustainable Transformation 2 ” will be held in conjunction with the 6th Making Cities Liveable Conference, in a new era of collaboration, information sharing and professional networking.

The conference is being held from the 17th – 19th June 2013 at Novotel Melbourne St Kilda. The joint meeting brings together National, State and Regional delegates to exchange ideas, discuss Business, Government  and Community initiatives and examine opportunities in the sector, we hope you will join us.

Delegates will have access to an extensive range of topics with over 90 presentations across three days including Keynotes, Concurrent Sessions, Case Studies and Posters.

Day 1: Sustainability –  Taking Care of Business: Sustainable Transformation Conference. Four concurrent streams with a total of 44 presenters addressing the following themes, Successful Implementation of Sustainable Business Structures – Tools and opportunities.   Uncertain Playing Field: the carbon tax, where to from here.   Not for Profit Sector and Sustainability.   Recycling and Waste Management.  Transport and Logistics.  Local Government/ Business Leaders and Sustainable Development: going beyond green.   Energy & Technology.

Day 2: Six keynote presentations of mutual interest to both conferences and two open forums.

Day 3: Healthy Cities – 6th Making Cities Liveable Conference. Four concurrent streams with a total of 44 presenters addressing the following themes,  Community Health: healthy urban design –  connecting people and places – placemaking – population growth.  Food Security: urban agriculture.  Regional Cities: interconnectivity – technology – transport.  Urban Landscapes: public spaces – natural resource management.  Working with Climate Change: energy consumption – generation and other challenges.  Government and  Business Leadership: education for behaviour change.

www.sustainabilitybusiness.com.au   www.liveablecities.org.au   www.healthycities.com.au

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