TFE LIVE: Danni Hunter & Davina Rooney

Wednesday 29 – 1 pm
TFE LIVE – Featuring two of the most well placed leaders in the built environment and sustainability:
  • Davina Rooney, chief executive, the Green Building Council of Australia
  • Danni Hunter, chief executive Urban Development Institute of Australia, Victoria
This is an event not to be missed if you want to know how the built environment is faring under Covid-19. We’ll ask them:
  • What’s the impact on their members? Residential, retail, commercial, construction?
  • What are the sudden unexpected (and unimagined opportunities) for sustainability and the building and construction industry?
  • How is the green building agenda, such as net zero goals, standing up under the pressure?
  • What is the range of responses and key issues members are facing, from most urgent to longer term?
  • What will stay the same, what will never be the same again after Covid?
Got your own questions? Join us, ask our panellists direct, get engaged. This is an interactive event so we want to hear what you think too. There is time for discussion at the end.
Free for members and Greenlisters. Sign up now and get all our TFE Live events free (plus you’re supporting a news source you can trust!)
A link with a unique password will be sent to you before the event.
$15 for visitors. To avoid disappointment, please book early and register with Zoom before the event)
Having trouble? Email Julia@thefifthestate.com.au
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  • Price: $ 15.00
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