Videos of Sustainable Cites Round Table now on Sustainable Melbourne
After another inspiring evening showcasing a range of initiatives to build a healthy cities, this material can now be viewed free online! The event was held with exciting sound of music from the tuba player, David Hoxley, excellent display of projects by students from the RMIT Industrial Design Program for the Campaign Projects 08 Exhibition, and supports from our event partners – The Australasian Centre for the Governance and Management of Urban Transport (GAMUT) and The State Library of Victoria. We were also very fortunate to have Professor John Whiteleg from Stockholm Environment Institute. It was captured on film by Ryan Spanger, Dream Engine Digital Film Productions.
- Professor Evelyne de Leeuw, Associate Dean (Partnerships & Development), Deakin University and Senior Evaluation Consultant, WHO/EURO Healthy Cities, An introduction to Healthy Cities
Jennifer Alden, Senior Policy Advisor, Research, Strategy & Policy Unit, VicHealth, VicHealth – A sustainable effort
- Mark Boyd, Director – Cities for Safe and Healthy Communities, ICLEI Oceania, Cities for safe and healthy communities: A model for social sustainability
- Associate Professor Mardie Townsend, Associate Head of School (Strategic Planning and Development), School of Health and Social Development, Deakin University, Healthy parks, healthy people
- Stephen Cook, Environmental Scientist, CSIRO, Water-energy futures for Melbourne
- Lizzie Bickmore, The Grow and Share Project Officer, Moreland Community Health Service, Grow and Share: Gardens for meeting and eating
- Cr Libby Mears, Councillor and former Mayor, Surf Coast Shire, and Chair, Victorian Coastal Council, The power of participation
- Lisa Gibbs, Senior Research Fellow, Community Partnerships and Health Equity Research, The MacCaughey, Centre What’s happening in the school communities?
- Benjamin John Nicholson, Victorian Coordinator, Green Roofs Australia, Vital signs for healthy cities Horst (Oz) Kayak, Post Graduate Researcher and Independent Academic, Engineering, The University of Melbourne, How does active commuter transport (walking and cycling) benefit personal and public health? Professor John Whitelegg, Stockholm Environment Institute
To view the video footage of any of the above presenters visit SustainableMelbourne.com.