Liveable Cities Conference:
Webinar Series 2020

9 June | 16 June | 23 June

Let’s Create Better Liveable Cities!

Liveable Cities Conference: Webinar Series 2020 is a three-part series designed to equip you with advanced strategies for sustainable city creation.

Obtain vital knowledge and the tools you need to achieve your goals through the tuition of successfully proven case studies.

Propel into the future of sustainability in your city during this critical time and have keynote speakers show you how to unlock social, environmental and economical opportunities through a value-driven approach.

Discover what makes a sustainable, liveable city and bring nature back to urban areas.

Learn from the Experts

Gain vital tools from keynote speakers presenting provenly effective case studies and implement what they have learned into your city’s future planning.

 

 

1

Stay Equipped

Keep up to date with the latest projects and increase economic, social, and environmental opportunities of a circular economy.

 

 

2

Engage with the Speakers

Talk to the experts at the end of each presentation with an online Q&A session and have your questions answered.

 

 

3

Invest in your City’s Future

Engage and develop relationships with others who share the same interest in liveable cities and find out how to gain trust in your government’s decision making.

4

Discover What’s New

Find out how you can prepare for anticipated changes and continue in your goal to create liveable cities even through a crisis.

 

 

5

LISTEN TO Keynote Speakers

Ms Jessica Stewart

Sustainability Manager, Ginninderry

Mr Warren Phillips

Senior Development Manager, DevelopmentWA

Mr Peri MacDonald

Executive General Manager – Retail, Frasers Property Australia

Mr Tim Baynes

Senior Research Scientist, CSIRO Land And Water

Ms Ashleigh Morris

Chief Executive Officer, Coreo

Ms Jaine Morris

Chief Operating Officer, Coreo

Mr Luca Belgiorno-Nettis AM

Founder, newDemocracy

Ms Geraldene Dalby-Ball

Director, Kingfisher Urban Ecology and Wetlands

Professor Len Collard

ARC Chief Investigator, School of Indigenous Studies, The University of Western Australia

Ms Kathryn King

Urban Mobility Manager, New Zealand Transport Agency

WEBINAR SERIES 2020 Program Outline

Webinar 1 | Tuesday 9th June: 10:00am – 12:30pm (AEDT)

Discovering Best Practice Through The Lens of Case Studies

Learn from previous case studies what works to create sustainable communities of international significance. Have your questions addressed and obtain the right advice for your sustainable plan.

Ginninderry - Creating A Sustainable Community Of International Significance

Ms Jessica Stewart

Ginninderry - Creating A Sustainable Community Of International Significance

East Village at Knutsford: Lessons From a Living Laboratory

Mr Warren Phillips

East Village at Knutsford: Lessons From a Living Laboratory

Burwood Brickworks: A Living, Breathing Building

Mr Peri MacDonald

Burwood Brickworks: A Living, Breathing Building

Webinar 2 | Tuesday 16th June: 10:00am – 12:30pm (AEDT)

Long Term Planning with Liveable Communities in Mind

Gain knowledge on how you can prepare for anticipated changes while still creating liveable cities. Unlock economic, social and environmental opportunities from keynote speaker advice.

Review of the 2019 Australian National Outlook

Mr Tim Baynes

The Australian National Outlook 2019 And The Urban Shift

Unlocking the economic, social, and environmental opportunities of a circular economy through a values-driven approach to action Unlocking the economic, social, and environmental opportunities of a circular economy through a values-driven approach to action

Ms Ashleigh Morris & Ms Jaine Morris

Circular Economy In The Built Environment: Creating Purposeful Places For People And Planet

Engaging and Developing relationships with citizens to create trust in government decision making

Mr Luca Belgiorno-Nettis AM

Ask Us What We Want

Webinar 3 | Tuesday 23rd June: 10:00am – 12:30pm (AEDT)

Liveable Communities Through Engagement, Culture & Connection

Find out the best way to bring nature back to urban areas. Get answers to how you can continue the liveable cities journey through the current economic crisis.

Bringing Nature Back To Urban Areas

Ms Geraldene Dalby-Ball

Bringing Nature Back To Urban Areas

Ways to Make Your Place in Town or City ‘Family’

Professor Len Collard

Ways to Make Your Place in Town or City ‘Family’

Transitioning Aotearoa’s Streets To Places For People

Ms Kathryn King

Transitioning Aotearoa’s Streets To Places For People

PRICING PLANS SELECT YOUR REGISTRATION

1 Webinar - Single

1 Webinar - Single $99 + GST

Includes:

Access to 1 webinar of your choice for
1 attendee

30-day access to webinar recording

Certificate of attendance

CPD hours towards CPD points

3 Webinars - Single

3 Webinars - Single $199 + GST

Includes:

Access to all 3 webinars for
1 attendee

30-day access to webinar recordings
PLUS
additional papers and pre-recorded presentations from the original June Liveable Cities Conference
 

Certificate of attendance

CPD hours towards CPD points

3 Webinars - Group

3 Webinars - Group $399 + GST

Includes:

Access to all 3 webinars for
4 attendees

30-day access to webinar recordings
PLUS
additional papers and pre-recorded presentations from the original June Liveable Cities Conference
 

Certificate of attendance

CPD hours towards CPD points

Let's Get Started

Choose your registration and fill in your details below

Supported By

Webinar Advisory Committee

Ms Leanne Muffet

Managing Director, Strategic Matters

Ms Kerryn Wilmot

Architect, Research Principal, Institute for Sustainable Futures, University of Technology, Sydney

Ms Suzette Jackson

Designer, Strategist and Leadership Coach, Innate Ecology

Mr Chris Bracher

Director, My Neighbourhood

Dr Andrew Cornejo

Chief Technical Officer, Hazer Group, Perth

Margie Tannock

Member of the State Design Review Panel (WA)

Associate Professor Caroline Miller

Planning Programme Postgraduate Coordinator, Resource and Environmental Planning Programme, School of People, Environment & Planning, Massey University

Mr Rod Marler

Principal, Warren + Mahoney Architects