Green Roofs Australasia, supported by the City of Sydney, present the Greening Cities Conference – the 5th event of its kind, to take place at Sydney’s Australian National Maritime Museum from 9 to 12 November. International and local speakers will discuss the greening of our cities by planting on roofs and walls – a rapidly […]
November 8th, 2011
Green Roofs Australasia, supported by the City of Sydney, present the Greening Cities Conference – the 5th event of its kind, to take place at Sydney’s Australian National Maritime Museum from 9 to 12 November.
International and local speakers will discuss the greening of our cities by planting on roofs and walls – a rapidly developing field still relatively new to Australia.
Speakers include Patrick Blanc, leading expert and founder of ’Vertical Gardens’; Dusty Gedge; Bruce Hemstock; Charles Sinkler; Chris Johnson, Graham Jahn, Tom Roper, Rachel Neeson and many more, discussing recent projects, the latest technology, new research and best design practice for the installation, design and maintenance of greenroofs and greenwalls in our cities.
Visit the Greenroofs Australasia website for the full list of speakers and event details. At a time when minimising the impacts of climate change is vital, the Greening Cities Conference is an event not to be missed.
What: 5th National Greening Cities Conference
Where: Australian National Maritime Museum, Darling Harbour, Sydney
When: November 9-12
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