[Iag-list] IAG Conference Breakfast Event -Planning for green markets: Emerging ideas and diverging options
kirstie.petrou at utas.edu.au
Wed Jun 5 18:07:31 AEST 2019
PIA & IAG Breakfast: Planning for green markets: Emerging ideas and diverging options.
The breakfast event is with Associate Professor Janelle Knox Hayes from Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Janelle will discuss new green markets such as ecotourism projects and green energy, and their relevance for Tasmania. Janelle's research interests include emissions trading, environmental finance, new market creation, energy security and sharing economies. Her ideas will be of broad interest to planners, architects, the green business community and policy makers.
Associate Professor of Economic Geography and Planning
Head, Environmental Policy and Planning Group, MIT
Janelle's research will be of broad interest to planners, architects, the green business community and of course geographers.
Janelle's research interests include emissions trading, environmental finance, new market creation, energy security and sharing economies - among other topics.
Planners, architects policy-makers and the business community will benefit from hearing Janelle's ideas, especially in the context of new green markets that are being created around ecotourism projects in protected areas and green energy in Tasmania.
Thursday, 11 July 2019
7:00am - 8:15am
Boardwalk Gallery - Wrest Point
410 Sandy Bay Road
Sandy Bay TAS 7005
$40 for PIA members | $50 for non-members
For more info or to book a place: https://www.planning.org.au/events/category/all-tas-events-by-date
All TAS Events by Date - Planning Institute of Australia<https://www.planning.org.au/events/category/all-tas-events-by-date>
The Young Planners are happy to announce their next event with a fantastic day planned in Launceston. A jammed packed day of exploring the overlooked; a walking tour of the CBD with Katrina Hill and her research into "Shop-Top Living", and exploring the future; and attending the UTAS Architecture Urban Design Studio presentations as guests.
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