2018 Sustainable Communities National Summit


Tuesday 18th Sep - Wednesday 19th Sep, 2018

Community Sustainability: the future imperative

The need to grow social cohesion, connectivity and resilience: community, food, energy

Tuesday 18 and Wednesday  19 September 2018

Angliss Conference Centre, Melbourne

The 2018 Sustainable Communities National Summit will feature:

  • Case studies galore: Renewable Newstead, tiny Houses, Cardinia Food Circles, Market Forces (divest your super), solar power, place making
  • Leading speakers on the need for growth in the right places, including
    • Michel Bauwens, founder of the global Peer To Peer Foundation
    • Julie Miller Markoff, bHive Bendigo
    • Professor Rebecca Wickes, the Australian Community Capacity Study
    • Dean Cracknell, founder of the Town Team Movement
    • Mariam Issa, Resilient Aspiring Women
    • Sam Marwood, Cultivate Farms
    • The launch of the Melbourne Food Alliance
    • Gilbert Rochecouste, Village Well (MC)
  • Snapshots of Sustainability initiatives from around Australia and internationally
  • Your involvement to help co-design a better future.

Convened by the Municipal Association of Victoria (MAV) in association with Village Well, Sustain and Transition Australia

Suitable for councillors, council officers, members of Transition and Sustainability groups, as well as stakeholders and consultants. In fact, anyone with an interest in this important stuff.

Information and registration here http://www.cvent.com/events/2018-sustainable-communities-national-summit/custom-18-c5c69c5572e64fab82c9524b23bd1e7d.aspx

Tuesday 18th of September 2018
9:00 am to 5:00 pm

Conference Centre, William Angliss Institute, 555 LaTrobe St
Melbourne, VIC 3000

Events team at MAV
03 9667 5555

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Affiliated Groups
MAV, Village Well, Sustain and Transition Australia

Areas of Interest