date: 3 September 2003
time: 9.00am - 1.00pm
place: Darling Harbour, Sydney
Environmental issues have been on the global agenda for decades now and we're all facing increasing pressure to deliver'cleaner, greener, smarter' solutions; to reach 'sustainable development'. Yet despite success in many areas, new issues keep surfacing, and long-recognised problems stubbornly persist. Why?
The Australian Electrical and Electronic Manufacturers' Association (AEEMA) and the Australian Construction Industry Forum (ACIF) will examine the issues as they relate to commercial and domestic buildings at the third national 'Cleaner, Greener, Smarter' event on 3 September 2003.
The Hon Dr David Kemp, Minister for Environment and Heritage, will open the seminar. High-profile speakers from government and across the building industry will then debate issues such as:
• Is it possible to deliver environmentally friendly buildings without going broke?
• Are environmental protection and economic growth incompatible?
• Is government policy a help or a hindrance?
• How can technology contribute to cleaner, greener and smarter living?
Come and participate in what promises to be a lively and stimulating debate. Raise the problems, discuss the options,
meet the challenges! And take advantage of the substantial networking opportunities. All for only $121 (incl. GST)!