BiomimicrySwarm Australia is hosting a multi-disciplinary panel discussion on ‘How can Melbourne learn from nature’ to create a sustainably regenerative and generous city. This event is part of Melbourne Knowledge Week and Melbourne Architecture Annual, in partnership with the Victorian Chapter of the Australian Institute of Architects and DesignInc.
Jane Toner, Biomimicry Specialist and founder of BiomimicrySwarm Australia will chair the multi-faceted panel of:
Suzette Jackson, Director of Innate Ecology
Leigh Baker, Director of Balance 3
Stephen Webb, Design Director at DesignInc
Jeff Robinson, Global Sustainability Leader at Aurecon
Ian Shears, Manager of Urban Landscapes at the City of Melbourne
Ed Cotter, Head of BioRegional Australia
Date: Wednesday 29th October, 2014
Time: 6 – 8pm
Place: Deakin Edge, Federation Square
There will be refreshments and networking after the panel discussion for the conversation to continue.
To book: http://wp.architecture.com.au/melbournearchitecture/2014/09/11/raising-the-green-bar-how-can-melbourne-learn-from-nature/
This event also goes under the banner of Raising the Green Bar, an ongoing series of activities to raise awareness of sustainability, organised by the Sustainable Architects Forum and sponsored by Bank MECU.