Doors open at 6.00pm. Talk starts 6.30pm.
Tickets $15 available from Paperbark Merchants, York St
How do we transition to low carbon, liveable, innovative towns and cities? What is possible?
Our keynote speaker, Jemma Green, Research Fellow and Phd Candidate, has a strong track record in ethical and socially responsible development with a particular interest in sustainable finance. Jemma worked for, and helped establish, J.P. Morgan’s Global Environmental & Social Risk Management Office.
In 2013 she established The Green Enterprise, a consultancy dedicated to helping business and government in building the low carbon economy.
Her research focus is on sustainable cities, renewable energy, battery storage systems and modular construction. She is a member of the advisory board of Carbon Tracker; and a founding board member of Future Super, Australia’s first fossil fuel free superannuation fund. Jemma is a regular media commentator on transport, energy and sustainable economics and a forward thinker for sustainable and liveable 21st Century cities and towns.
Join us for an interesting and thought provoking evening as we ponder WHAT IS POSSIBLE for our region and our regional centres. You can book online now at www.paperbarks.com.au