Sustainable Sydney 2030
A livelier, more engaging place for people of all ages
16 March 2008
The Sustainable Sydney 2030 vision aims to make the City a livelier, more engaging place for people of all ages. At our first City Talk of 2008 eminent Danish architect Jan Gehl describes with energy his ideas for a more pedestrian and people friendly city centre.
Visionary architect Professor Jan Gehl discusses his recommendations for Sydney to make it a more liveable, vibrant, active and healthy city.
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Urban planner Pat Fensham of SGS Economics and Planning explains the fundamentals of the Sustainable Sydney 2030 plan.
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Environmental planner Bruce Taper of Kinesis explains the concept of Green Transformers and how Sydney can create its own energy and reduce green house gas emissions by 2030.
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Last updated: Monday, 25 November 2013