San Francisco, California, USA
London, United Kingdom
How do we build, design and innovate in a changing climate? How can we reconcile our relationship with the natural world and form resilient, regenerative communities?
These were the key questions of the International Living Future Institute’s unConference 2013, held in Seattle in May. Caroline Pidcock and Mary Casey of the Living Future Institute of Australia joined the world's preeminent deep-green practitioners, including David Suzuki, Paul Hawken, and Jason McLennan, in three days of provocative and inspiring conversation about how the application of positivity, connectedness, and life-affirming wonder can change our world. Join us for a download of conference highlights, and a discussion about how these ideas might be applied in Australia.
And please join us for drinks following the talk, sponsored by Tamburlaine Organic Wines.
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Living Future Institute of Australia
The Living Future Institute of Australia is dedicated to leading Australia’s transformation toward a civilization that is socially just, culturally rich, and ecologically restorative. The Institute will promote the Living Building Challenge as a strategy for bringing the modern built environment into alignment with the ecosystems it inhabits.