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VIC Future Directions Outlook MAR 2022
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How can we build a better, more sustainable future?

As our cities evolve and become more densely populated, the necessity to reduce carbon emissions is becoming increasingly important. The United Nations have announced that we need to halve carbon emissions by 2030, and our cities need to become more self-sufficient in terms of energy, water and waste.

At the very first Future Directions Outlook, hear from Ross Harding, Finding Infinity and Jefa Greenaway, Greenaway Architects in a thought-provoking conversation about how emerging property leaders can influence positive change, and deliver both sustainable and financially viable projects, and the policy settings needed to realise the required change.

In this interactive session, you will learn about solutions that have been implemented successfully in other jurisdictions, the ‘New Normal’ project, and test how these solutions might actually play out in real life, by investigating partnerships, service models and value exchanges. 



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