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Greenhouse 2015

Friday, 23 October 2015

Australia’s leading climate change science conference – Greenhouse 2015 – will be held in Hobart from 27-30 October 2015.

2013 Solar Conference & Exhibition

2013 Solar Conference & Exhibition

23 - 24 May 2013
The Australian Solar Council and Australian PV Solar Energy Exhibition are presenting the 2013 Solar Conference & Exhibition, an event that will display the latest developments in solar technology from innovators and industry experts. With over 100 exhibitors, there will be live demonstrations, expert advice and insights from industry leaders that will allow you to evaluate the latest in renewable energy technologies. And best of all, it's free!

Where: Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre, Vic.
When: 23 May - 24 May, 2013.
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People and the Planet

Global Sustainability Conference

5 May, 2013
People and the Planet 2013 is coming to Melbourne, and will feature 130 presentations over nine research themes. The conference will cover issues of urban, community, cultural and corporate sustainability as well as climate change, globalisation and sustainable futures.

Where: Story Hall, RMIT University Melbourne, Vic.
When: 2-4 July, 2013.
Cost: $302.50, $192.50 (Concession)
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Ozwater 2013

Ozwater 2013

7 May to 9 May, 2013
Perth is set to host Australia's leading international water conference and trade exhibition, Ozwater 2013. Presented each year by the Australia Water Association, Ozwater is a must attend for anyone, from water professionals, scientists and researchers all the way to students and business owners. The conference will feature world class speakers, forums, a trade exhibition and much more!

Where: Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre, WA.
When: 7 May- 9 May, 2013.
Cost: From $835.
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Small Farms Conference

Farmstyle 2013 Small Farms Conference

Saturday 10 August - Sunday 11th August, 2013
The Farmstyle 'road map to successful small farming and country living' conference is perfect for anyone who lives on a small farm, or is considering making the move. This conference provides specialised small farm advice that covers many aspects of owning a small farm, from the do's and don'ts of purchasing a farm all the way to organics, and it even covers being part of a small rural community!

Where: University of Western Sydney's Richmond campus, NSW.
When: 10-11 August, 2013
Cost: From $150.
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UPLIFT 2012

UPLIFT 2012

Thursday 20 - Sunday 23 December 2012

UPLIFT 2012 is a three day festival that marks the start of a new beginning; this series of events centre around changes that will lead us to a more connected way of living as a whole rather than for ourselves.

The festival will bring together some of the world’s most inspirational pioneers, innovative thinkers and artists. Prominent speakers will discuss new social paradigms, environmentalism, sustainability, deep ecology, science, new-economics, indigenous wisdom and empowerment of the people. UPLIFT 2012 coincides with the final days of the 5,125-year cycle of the Mayan calendar on the December solstice of 2012, and focuses on the opportunity for sustained positive change.

Speakers include:
Barbara Marx Hubbard, Futurist, author and visionary
Bruce Lipton, Stem-cell Biologist, author and winner of the 2009 Goi Peace Award
Patch Adams, Health care pioneer
Jonathan Goldman, Sound Healing expert
Agnes Baker Pilgrim, One of International Council of 13 Indigenous Grandmothers
Paul Stamets, Mycologist and ecological restoration
and more!

Where: Sports and Cultural Complex, Byron Bay
When: Thursday 20 - Sunday 23 December 2012
Cost: $380 for full festival pass, $280 for conference only pass, $130 for day pass (other passes available online)
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Australian Sustainability Conference and Exhibition

8-9 November, 2012

Looking to implement sustainable business solutions? Reed Exhibitions Australia brings their inaugural Australia Sustainability Conference & Exhibition to Sydney this November. The conference and exhibition will focus on cost-effective, solutions-driven sustainability innovations for your business.

There will be two conference streams:
One will cover building and construction, waste and recycling, energy and technology business strategy, transport and logistics, and water management, and the other is dedicated to C-level executives with specific panel sessions for CIOs, CFOs, CMOs CEOs, procurement and government executives.
Register your interest to attend by clicking here.

Where: Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre
When: Thursday 8 - Friday 9th November 2012
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Work-Live-Socialise

18 August

Social Innovation Sydney is about building human-to-human networks who care about creating ventures that do social good. Their next participant driven discussion will focus on how we can achieve balance in an increasingly unbalanced world.

This 'unconference' will explore the concept of 'civil society' and how to create a social environment where we can all live, work and socialise in harmony.

Where:Level 2, Mathews Building F23, UNSW, Sydney
When: 10AM to 4PM, Saturday 18th August, 2012
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Enviro Convention

24 - 26 July, 2012

Enviro 2012 is the seventh event in a series that is Australia's biggest meeting of business and the environment, with experts, innovators, policy makers and business leaders coming together to advance Australia's position as a leader in sustainable business practices, innovation and technologies.

Held over 3 information packed days, the conference covers a multitude of topics like waste and resources, organics, water and wastewater, energy, research, education and communication via presentations, workshops, technical tours and social events. Come for part or all of the program.

Where: Adelaide Convention Centre, North Terrace, Adelaide.
When: 9AM Tuesday 24th July to 6:30PM Thursday 26th July.
Cost: Single events starting from $80. Full conference packages from $1,605.
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Clean Energy Conference

25 to 27 July

Clean Energy Week is Australia's largest event for the renewable energy and energy efficiency industries. As part of this years 3 day conference, the Clean Energy Council are holding a free public debate. Moderated by George Negus, panelists including Gwen Andrews, Dr Mark Diesendorf, Nick Minchin, Paul Simshauser and Kane Thornton will offer a range of perspectives on the role of clean energy in Australia's energy system in 2050, and what changes will be required to support it. Other activities over the week include Australia's biggest solar event, a huge trade exhibition and a range of social events and discussions.

Where: Parkside Plenary, Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre, Darling Drive, Sydney
When: 9AM-10AM, Friday 27th July, 2012
Cost: Free
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