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Global Collaboration Conference - Wisdom in Innovation. Adelaide

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The University of South Australia, City East Campus Corner of Frome Rd & North Terrace Adelaide. Day 1-3 H2:02 Day 4 C 3:16

Day 1-3 H2:02 Enter from Frome Rd Adel.

Day 4 C3:16 Enter from North Terrace.

Adelaide, SA 5001

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Sharing Wisdom in Innovation for Humanity.

18th-21st Sept 2017

Be Inspired to Grow your Business and Community Beyond 2030.

Join Us in this opportunity to exchange ideas and share visions for a clean and healthy planet.

Creatively Collaborating to achieve the United Nations 17 Sustainable Development Goals,

There are 4 themes for the 4 days;

18th Sep Day 1 - The Living Earth. Technology for Creating Eco-Smart Cities and Communities with Zero Carbon & Other Waste Solutions. International Key Note Speaker James McMath (USA) Pristina Organics and Zero Waste Bio Parks. Ken Bellamy VRM BiologiK

19th Sep Day 2 - Our Innovative World Youth. Lead by Julian O’Shea, an award-winning social entrepreneur and humanitarian engineer who is passionate about education and empowering the next generation of young professionals to tackle important global issues. He is the Founder and CEO of Laika Academy, a social enterprise that leads innovation and education programs for engineering students around the world

We will create space and time for our innovative world youth to collaborate with our business and not for profit communities in a way that will propel our human endeavours into socially responsible and environmentally friendly business and NFP partnerships that will create financially viable sustainable development projects that include climate responsive buildings and communities with zero waste solutions. Morning Session includes our Innovative World Youth Think Tank.

20th Sep Day 3 - B Corps & Sustainable Global Business, Investing & Ethical Finance. Be Inspired by Business doing good. Mathieu Bazin & Entrepreneur Story. Kate Carroll Beyond Bank. Mindy Leow BLab B Corporaton Australia & NZ. Nick Crowther Freerange Future.

21st Sep Day 4 - Designing & Building New Eco Smart Communities & Cities on International Peace Day. Opening message from Sue Gilbey; Bremen Peace Award receipient, a very prestigious International peace prize. Key Note Speakers Brett Aylen Architect of Climate Responsive Design & Winner of Zero Carbon House Challenge. Andrew Oliver Global EcoVillage Network Australia (GEN Aus) Jeremy Miller Sustainability House. Suho and more.

By Day 4 we will have shared the innovation wisdom of water, microbal and energy technologies to partner with the incredible new Earth Science that continues to pour forth from all regions of our Planet. We will have created space and time for our innovative world youth to collaborate with our business and not for profit communities in a way that will propel our human endeavours into socially responsible and environmentally friendly business partnerships that will create financially viable sustainable development projects that include opportunities for creating new jobs in the field of climate responsive buildings and communities with zero waste solutions.

The Closing Ceremony will be a Water Ceremony for Peaceful Communities on the Bank of the Torrens River, Lead by Michiko Hayashi of the Emoto Peace Project from Japan. (Additional Tickets for Non-Conference Attendees can be purchased for $15)

Full Program

Day 1. 18th Sept 2017. The Living Earth. Earth Science & Technology for Creating New Eco-Smart Cities and Communities.

9:45am Registrations

10am Networking & Introductions

11:10am Katie Teague - The Brilliance and Beauty of Earth - short film.

11:30am Key Note Speaker: James McMath. Founder & CEO Pristina Inc. “Crystal Water and Beneficial Microbes: The Key to Planetary Transformation”

12:30 pm Lunch

1 pm Ken Bellamy. CEO VRM Biologik. Progress in the fields of microbial bioremediation and organic agriculture.

2pm. Michiko Hayashi. Emoto Peace Project.

3:20 pm Key Note Speaker: Video Presentation Professor Gerald Pollack. University of Washington

Break out Session: 4:15 - 5:30pm Break out session for Water & Microbal Technologies and Strategies.


Day 2. 19th Sept 2017. Our Innovative World Youth.

We will create space and time for our innovative world youth to collaborate with our business and not for profit communities in a way that will propel our human endeavours into socially responsible and environmentally friendly business partnerships that will create financially viable sustainable development projects that include climate responsive buildings and communities with zero waste solutions.

9:30 Registrations

10am Julian O'Shea, award-winning social entrepreneur and humanitarian engineer who is passionate about education and empowering the next generation of young professionals to tackle important global issues. He is the Founder and CEO of Laika Academy, a social enterprise that leads innovation and education programs for engineering students around the world

11am Maddie Sarre. Australian Youth Climate Coalition

11:40am Jayne Mason. Intelligent Desire & Creative Visualisation for Innovation.

11:50am Our Innovative World Youth Think Tank Session.

Multiple Facilitators including key note speakers from day 1,2,3,4.

How are we using innovation wisdom to help humanity in harmony with the Earth?
What can we do with innovation wisdom to help humanity in harmony with the Earth?
We are looking to address AI in the context of how it will serve humanity and the leadership that will be required to make sure AI serves humanity and not the other way around.

12:30pm Lunch

1pm Jessica Perry.

2pm Gary Hancock E-Challenge University of Adelaide

3pm Lachlan Etherton. Founder getmoova smart wrist device.

4:15PM Breakout Session lead by Julian O’Shea is an award-winning social entrepreneur and humanitarian engineer who is passionate about education and empowering the next generation of young professionals to tackle important global issues. He is the Founder and CEO of Laika Academy, a social enterprise that leads innovation and education programs for engineering students around the world.


Day 3 B Corps & Sustainable Global Business. Ethical Investing & Finance

9:30 Registrations

10am Research by Dr Allan O'Connor, University of Adelaide - Integrating innovation and beyond

10:20 Entrepreneurs Story.

11am Kate Carrol: Beyond Bank. Sustainable & Ethical Finance.

12pm Sam Scammell Innovative Finance Models for Co Ops

12:30pm Lunch

1pm: Nick Crowther, Free Range Future

1:30pm to 2:00pm: Mindy Leow, B Lab Australia & New Zealand - B Corps: The movement of business as a force for good
Introduce B Corp movement and the work of B Lab

2:00pm to 3:00pm: B Corp Panel - Hear from leaders who are walking the talk.
Panelists are: Kate Carroll from Beyond Bank, Nick Crowther from Freerange Future, Andy Chambers from Seed Consulting

2:00 - 2:10: Andy Chambers: introduction to Seed Consulting

2:30 Questions from the Audience.

3pm Mike Schwarzer. Innovating Leadership from the inside out.

4:15pm Breakout Session Hosted By Mindy Leow. Community Builder B Lab Australia & NZ


Day 4. Designing and Building New Eco Smart Communities.

By Day 4 we will have shared the innovation wisdom of water, microbal and energy technologies to partner with the incredible new Earth Science that continues to pour forth from all regions of our Planet. We will have created space and time for our innovative world youth to collaborate with our business and not for profit communities in a way that will propel our human endeavours into socially responsible and environmentally friendly business partnerships that will create financially viable eco-smart sustainable development projects that include climate responsive buildings and communities.

9:30 Registrations

10am Sue Gilbey. Bremen Peace Award Recipient. International Peace Day.

10:20. Brett Aylen - Architect. Climate Responsive Design. Future Homes and Small Commercial Buildings

11am. Andrew Olivier - Global EcoVillage Network." Global Ecovillage Network (GEN) - laboratories of alternative living - insights inspiring new community paradigms that help humanity live in harmony with themselves and the Earth"

This 45 minute talk looks at how ecovillages have pioneered different ways of living together and how this offers real alternatives to today's problems of poverty, consumerism, alienation and environmental damage. Andrew will talk about the start of a collaborative venture with Remark Paringa to develop an Ecovillage.

12pm Lunch & Networking

12:30 pm Jeremy Miller. Form Follows Function?

Permaculture Principles and Urban Planning – can the two be connected? A resiliency based vision for designing and retrofitting urban settlements.

1:20pm: Nathan Smith.

Dreamsmith Consulting - adding value to what matters to you.

Stewardship and flow in a selfie world - A development model based on adding maximum value and win/win scenarios.

1:40pm Lachlan Etherton.

2pm Panel Hosted by Ken Long.
Including. Brett Aylen, Jeremy Miller, James McMath. Global Collaboration to Create New Communities & Cities. Continues with a design workshop at 4:15pm

* 3PM Closing Ceremony will be a Water Ceremony on the Torrens River, Lead by Michiko Hayashi Global Director of the Emoto Peace Project from Japan. * Additional tickets for non-conference attendees can be purchased for $15 on Eventbrite.

*4:15PM Break Out Session Lead by Brett Aylen - Architect.
Activating South Australia to create jobs that reach beyond 2030.
Designing and Building climate responsive communities with Zero Waste Bio Parks.


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The University of South Australia, City East Campus Corner of Frome Rd & North Terrace Adelaide. Day 1-3 H2:02 Day 4 C 3:16

Day 1-3 H2:02 Enter from Frome Rd Adel.

Day 4 C3:16 Enter from North Terrace.

Adelaide, SA 5001

Refund Policy

Refunds up to 7 days before event

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