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Leading global experts discuss sustainability

On Wednesday 24th June the Mirvac School of Sustainable Development hosted the “World Trends & Developing Sustainable Communities” Sustainability Forum. Leading global experts discussed the current issues of sustainability and the impacts on the built environment in an international and national context and how changes we make now will determine how well social, environmental and economic issues are balanced in our future.

Attendees had the opportunity to listen to national and international leaders who are directing these changes and learn what smart businesses are planning for right now. Attended by 120 industry guests, staff and students, keynote speakers included Peter Head, Director of Arup London, Dr Neil Kirkpatrick, Head of Environment and Sustainability, Royal Group - Abu Dhabi UAE, Cate Collins, Sustainability Manager, Lend Lease Investment Management and Matthew Clifford, Sustainability Projects Coordinator, Mirvac.

Download Matthew Clifford's presentation Existing Buildings – The Next Frontier (PDF 4Mb)

Download Cate Collins presentation - Global Credit or Climate Crisis? Building a Solution (PDF 4Mb) 

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