Be part the Heat and Habitat in Cities Symposium 2019, hosted by School of Architecture and Built Environment at the University of Adelaide.
You will have the opportunity to discuss with world experts, Australian researchers and practitioners to explore ideas and concrete examples for planning, designing, developing and improving our cities to be more resilient to the warming climates and future changes.
The Symposium will be opened by The Honourable David Speirs MP, Minister for Environment and Water.
Any registered architects who attend the Symposium for 2 days will receive 5 CPD points.
*Hashem Akbari (Canada), Director of Global Cool Cities Alliance
*Mat Santamouris (Australia), highly-cited Professor and expert in Urban Heat Island mitigation
*David Sailor (USA), Director of the Urban Climate Research Center, Arizona State University
*Jørn Toftum (Denmark), energy and indoor comfort expert
*Denia Kolokotsa (Greece), Chair of European Cool Roofs Council
*Wong Nyuk Hien (Singapore), urban greenery and Zero Energy Building expert
*James Hayter (Australia), President of International Federation of Landscape Architects
*Adam Hannon (Australia), Adelaide Director of COX Architecture.
Tickets are available for one day or for both days.
Student discounts apply.
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Thank you to our sponsors:
Gold sponsor: PlaceAgency
Bronze sponsors: Adelaide and Mount Lofty Ranges Natural Resources Management Board, The Environment Institute, The Royal Australian Institute of Architects