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Smart Cities Breakfast - Energy, Water & Waste

It is widely accepted that energy, water and waste are three of the most fundamental impacts we have on our environmental resources. Faced with the challenges of climate change and the strain on natural resources and raw materials, cities are seeking to reduce their ecological footprint, save resources, and be more self-sufficient when it comes to energy. At the same time, they are producing more and more waste. Yet it is also a source of materials and energy potential that is largely untapped. Waste recycling is part of the solution.

The commercial industry has been aware of these impacts for the last couple of decades and has been making significant moves to reduce their impact in these three spheres. But what about all the other buildings and infrastructure that make up our cities? In this session we will explore why all industries must work together as a whole to reduce our impact on energy, water and waste in order to create not just truly sustainable buildings, but sustainable communities and cities.

Our expert industry speakers:

  • Ivan Fernandez, Industry Director, Industrial Technologies - Frost & Sullivan
  • Chris Derksema, Sustainability Director - City of Sydney
  • Alan Davis, Associate Director - WSP, Built Ecology

What’s next in the Smart Cities Series?

  • Health & Wellbeing - Wednesday 18 September 2013
  • Knowledge Economy - Wednesday 16 October 2013
 
 

Cost:

$85 per person (includes breakfast)

CPD:

This event accrues 2 CPD points.

 

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Event Details

When

Wed 14 Aug 2013 7:30am - 9:30am

CPD Points

2 Sustainable Development CPD point(s).

Location

Radisson Blu
27 O'Connell Street
Sydney NSW 2000

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