Thursday 14 November, 12.00pm to 1.00pm
How can Bhutan help save the world? Reflections on a visit to Bhutan
Professor Peter Newman recently spent 11 days in Bhutan, where he presented his talk on how Bhutan can help save the world based on Dorji Yanka’s PhD work at Curtin University’s Sustainability Policy (CUSP) Institute.
|Event:||How can Bhutan help save the world? Reflections on a visit to Bhutan|
|Date:||Thursday 14 November 2019|
|Time:||12.00pm – 1.00pm|
|Location:||David Dolan Lecture Theatre, 201.322, Curtin Perth (Kent Street, Perth)|
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Wednesday 26 June 2019, 9:00am – 5:00pm
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Wednesday 5 June 2019, 10am – 6pm
Join us for this free public expo to explore how we can achieve a zero-carbon future.
Curtin University will host a free public expo at the City of Fremantle Town Hall, exploring research and showcasing the regional highlights of the CRC for Low Carbon Living’s achievements. Dr Josh Byrne, CRCLCL Project Leader and presenter on ABCTV’s Gardening Australia, will be joined by low-carbon living experts and researchers in this free public event. You can also register for the free tram tour of the modern, sustainable developments of WGV at White Gum Valley and East Village at Knutsford by LandCorp.
Submissions close Thursday 30 May 2019
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