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A Low Carbon Liveable City [AoU Midlands]
July 3, 2014 @ 18:30 - 20:30 BSTFREE
Building on the success of last December’s talks that accompanied the Future City exhibition, MK Gallery collaborates with The Fred Roche Foundation to host several talks to stimulate creative discussion and debate around subjects that are vital to the growth and vitality of Milton Keynes. The ‘Future City’ series of talks will look at a variety of future city issues and emerging social, infrastructure and economic trends.
A Low Carbon City: the fourth in the ‘Future City’ series of free talks will focus on ensuring a well-designed built and natural environment that will work in the future, and an environment that encapsulates sustainable landscapes and townscapes, and a productive green resource.
- Dr Liz Varga
Director of Complex Systems Research Centre, Cranfield University
- Rachel Cooper OBE
Professor of Design Management at the University of Lancaster; Director of Imagination Lancaster; Co-investigator of Liveable Cities; Non-Executive Director of Future Cities Catapult
- Guest chair: John Walker
Chair, National Energy Foundation
The talks have been arranged by Academician and AoU Midlands convenor, Stuart Turner, together with MK Gallery and the Fred Roche Foundation. Academicians are invited to participate in the conversation on where our cities and headed. If you wish to know more about the ‘Future City’ talks please contact Stuart Turner on firstname.lastname@example.org.
All talks will be held at the Milton Keynes Gallery (900 Midsummer Blvd, Milton Keynes MK9 3QA) at 19.00hrs. Doors and the pay bar will be open from 18.30. Talks will start at 19.00 and are followed by a Q&A session. Attendance is free.
Image: Martin Pettitt