Introducing the Sustainable Cities Round Table – Mobility, 17 March
The Sustainable Cities Round Table – Mobility was held recently on Monday, 17 March, at the University of Melbourne. Proudly supported by GAMUT – The Australasian Centre for the Governance And Management of Urban Transport and organised by SustainableMelbourne.com and the Victorian Eco-Innovation Lab (VEIL) the evening was full of speakers from a variety of backgrounds and projects across the sustainable transport spectrum. The evening was professionally filmed by Ryan Spanger from Dream Engine Productions and footage of the event is published here on SustainableMelbourne.com.
Dr John Grant, JA Grant & Assoc., â€œWalking to a more sustainable future – Solvitur Ambulandoâ€
Paul McKay, Cyclovia Consultant, â€œCycloviaâ€
Marie Watt, Photographic Artist, â€œThe power of spinâ€
Steven Ingrouille, Principal, Going Solar, â€œIntroducing innovative & cost-effective transit technologiesâ€
Dr Patrick Moriarty, GAMUT Partner, â€œThe wearing of the greenâ€
Alice Woodruff, Walking & Cycling, Department of Infrastructure, â€œChanging the way we travelâ€
Daniel Epstein, Managing Director, â€œConservo & Sustainiversityâ€
David Fewchuk, Chairman Aurora Vehicle Assoc. Inc., â€œTravelling on the Sunâ€
Bill Bretherton, Human Powered Cycles, â€œAsylum seekers, sustainability & cycling as transportâ€
Bruce Herbes, Wayfinding Consultant, â€œMaking the City Legibleâ€
Dianne Moy, VEIL, & Kathleen Turner, Architect student, SKM/ University of Melbourne, â€œMobility & the Extended School System 2032â€
Other features of the evening included drumming by Mathew Apted and a photography exhibition by Marie Watt. Assoc. Prof. Nick Low from GAMUT, the sponsors of the event, led a discussion on sustainable transport futures – responses have also been posted on SustainableMelbourne.com.
We would like to thank the sponsors, presenters, muscian, artist and everyone who was involved – it was a great evening!
Prof. Chris Ryan and Ferne Edwards from VEIL introduced the event. See footage of their presentations below.