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Imagine it is October 2033. The transition to a healthy, just and sustainable post-carbon future is well underway in Australia. There is now a real hope that catastrophic climate change will be avoided. How did this happen? What were the key obstacles, and how were they overcome?
Masdar Institute is a graduate level, world-class research-driven university focused on renewable energy and clean technologies. Established by the Government of Abu Dhabi with the collaboration of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), the Institute integrates both theory and practice to incubate a culture of innovation and entrepreneurshi
The majority of the world’s population now lives in urban areas. By 2050 this will have increased to 70 per cent. This special science symposium will examine the latest science developments in key fields of urban research and explore the challenges and opportunities of one of our generation’s greatest challenges - sustainable urban future.
We are living through a period in human history when life on this planet is in danger of becoming unsustainable for many of its species - including us.
This conference will bring together the entire scientific community, to cultivate discussions and collaboration, and draw on the mathematical sciences to solve challenges faced by our planet.
Abstracts close: 31 May 2013
Laying the Foundations is a development program offered by Melbourne Research for University of Melbourne early career researchers from all disciplines who are seeking opportunities for strategic career planning and skills development. Click on the link for more information on eligibility and how to apply.