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Green Cities 2010 Program

 

Program

Welcome | Day 1 | Day 2 | Master Classes | Site Tours

Welcome & Exhibition Opening / Sunday, 21 Feb 2010

11:00am

Delegate Registration

 

6:00pm

Welcome Reception and Grand Opening of Green Cities 2010 Exhibition

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Day 1 / Monday, 22 Feb 2010

8:00am

Delegate Registration

 

8:30am

Conference Opening

Sustainability and the Built Environment: 2020 Greener Cities

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9:00am

Victorian Government Keynote

 

9:30am

International Keynote: Malcolm Smith, ARUP London, The Green Cities Lecture

Malcolm, Director of Integrated Urbanism, Arup UK

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10:15am

Morning Tea

Served in the Exhibitors hall

 

11:00am

VM3: Beyond the Rhetoric: Is there an ROI from ESD?

Does investing in sustainability make sense in the current market? How can retail and wholesale investors gain value from greener buildings?

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PM3: The Tenets of Tenants

What sustainability goals drive building occupants and retailers? How will property owners deliver?

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CSMS3:Examine the Green Star Multi Unit Residential tool- Home is where the Heat is

This session examines the Green Star tool for sustainable residential buildings.

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12:00pm

VM4: Healthy Buildings, Healthy Patients but is there a business benefit to green healthcare?

Building the business case for Greening Healthcare facilities

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PM4: Not Just the Money Responsible Reporting for Corporations

How should property companies report their non-financial performance?

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CSMS4: Maintain the Rage How do you Keep Your Building Green?

It's one thing to design a sustainable building, but how do you make sure it stays sustainable? What can the first Green Star projects teach people designing and managing future buildings?

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12:45pm

Luncheon

Served in the Exhibitors hall

 

2:15pm

VM5: Shopping Green-The Future of Retail

How are retail assets internationally responding to the sustainability challenge?

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PM5: Green Skills Conversation

Bringing Green Collar jobs to every town: tools for action!

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CSMS 5: The Big "Green" Apple- The Battery Park Experience

New York City is leading the green building revolution and how the Battery Park planned community has become a blueprint for urban development"

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2:45pm

VM5: Office/ Retail/ Industrial/ Residential - Where is the most potential?

Which asset class is the most sustainable? What could improve? What has the most promise? What type of building is the 'best on the block'? A debate

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PM5: Green Skills Conversation continued

Bringing Green Collar jobs to every town: tools for action!

 

3:15pm

Afternoon Tea

Served in the Exhibitors hall

 

4:00pm

The Green World Cup

Green building ideas are proliferating in international markets and Australia has much to learn from (and teach) its contemporaries. International green building leaders will present their perspectives.

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5:00pm

Conference Close

 

6:00pm

Grosvenor Gala Dinner

Please join us at the Grosvenor Gala Dinner and help us celebrate Green Cities 2010

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Day 2 / Tuesday, 23 Feb 2010

8:30am

Delegate Registration

 

9:00am

International Keynote: Jerry Yudelson

Jerry Yudelson, Principal, Yudelson Associates, US

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9:50am

Sustainability Handbook Green Star, Costs, Benefits and Emerging Issues

Davis Langdon will present the results of the latest Cost, Benefits and Emerging issues of Green Buildings report.

 

10:30am

Morning Tea

Served in the Exhibitors hall

 

11:15am

International Keynote: Christoph Ingenhoven

Christoph Ingenhoven, Principal and Founder, ingenhoven architects

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12:00pm

A Tale of Two Cities

How to get the best of times during the worst of times by building greener buildings. Views from two cities.

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12:45pm

Luncheon

 

2:15pm

VT11: Distributed, decarbonised: the future of energy and resources

With the growing pressures on energy generators, through infrastructure costs and climate change concerns, other power solutions for buildings will be needed. What roles will distributed energy and renewable sources play in this brave new world?

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PT11: Existing or Exiting? How Everything Old Can be New Again.

Getting the best out of your existing building.

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CST11: From Class Rooms to Clinics

How physicians and principals can get keen on green.

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3:00pm

VT12 Better 'Burbs: Diversity and Biodiversity

How to improve precincts to deliver more diverse communities and vibrant biodiversity.

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PT12: Smart Cities - The Digital Revolution

In an internet world, digital solutions and opportunities will play an integral role in making sustainable buildings easier to deliver

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CST12:Industrial Relations: How Green Design impacts Industrial Buildings

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3:45pm

Afternoon Tea

Served in the Exhibitors hall

 

4:30pm

The Wrap

Michael Zorbas presents Book Club: My Mother Married A Green City
Commentary by Romilly Madew, Chief Executive, Green Building Council of Australia

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