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Liveable and Sustainable Cities in Asia Seminar

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EY Sydney

200 George Street

Sydney, NSW 2000

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Asialink Business in collaboration with the City of Sydney and EY are delighted to invite you to attend a discussion on Liveable and sustainable cities in Asia and the opportunities that exist for City of Sydney businesses.

Date: Thursday, 10 May 2018
Time: 7:15am arrival for a 7.30am start and concluding at 9.00am
Light breakfast to be provided
Venue: EY, 200 George Street, Sydney

Asia continues to witness unprecedented urbanization, with increasing migration from regional areas to cities, resulting in significant environmental changes. Cities across Asia are identifying ways of making their environments healthier and more liveable and implementing a range of green initiatives which seek to improve the quality of air, water and land.

The expert panel will provide insights and strategies for tapping into opportunities with Asia in the areas of liveability and sustainability. The content will include a focus on understanding the current landscape in Asia from an environmental perspective, profiling leading examples of green initiatives and opportunities for local Sydney businesses to engage with and position their offerings to key markets.

Panelists:
Michael Helleman
, Manager, Major Infrastructure and Urban Development, Australian Trade and Investment Commission (Austrade)
Bruce Taper, Director, Kinesis
Chris Derksema, Sustainability Director, City of Sydney
Dr Lan Ding, Convenor of High Performance Architecture Research Cluster, UNSW Built Environment

Moderator:
Drew Waters, Head of Partnerships and Development NSW, Asialink Business

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