Space 01, Radcliffe Conference Centre
10am - 12.30, Friday 15th November
- Monash Sustainable Development Institute - our research, education and impact
Professor Rob Raven, Deputy Director – Research
- Sustainability Research
Dr Wendy Stubbs, Associate Professor in Human Geography, Monash
- Improving Earth Systems Governance through “Purpose Ecosystems"
Dr Wendy Stubbs and Dr Frederik Dahlmann, Associate Professor, WBS
- Introduction to Monash Art Design and Architecture’s Informal Cities Lab
Professor Diego Ramirez-Lovering, Director, Informal Cities Lab, MADA
- Building resilient communities in Indonesia (RISE, Urban Water Cluster and Citarum Program)
Dr Jane Holden, Citarum Program Manager, MADA & MSDI, Dr Dwinanti Rika Marthanty, Senior Lecturer, Civil Engineering, Universitas Indonesia and Professor Diego Ramirez-Lovering, MADA
- Monash Warwick Alliance
Tania Zahorskaya, International Strategy and Relations, Warwick
- Group discussion
- Lunch at 12.30 or sooner
The Institute for Global Sustainable Development is delighted to be hosting a talk from the Monash Sustainable Development Institute, Monash Art Design and Architecture and Universitas Indonesia. This talk presents a great opportunity to hear about the work being undertaken by Monash and to meet key contacts working on sustainability in Indonesia.
The talk will include time for Q&A and a lunch will be provided at the end for all attendees. Register your place to attend at the bottom of this page.
About MSDI and MADA
MSDI expertise in climate, water, sustainability transitions and behaviour is brought together under the framework of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). MSDI works at the nexus of transforming complex systems to deeply understand the relationships between people, technology and the environment. MSDI does this through collaborative partnerships with researchers and institutes that inject complementary expertise and magnifies the opportunity for impact research.
MSDI in partnership with Monash Art, Design and Architecture (MADA) has experience in assessing the performance and governance of the water system at the neighbourhood and city levels, and, by working with vulnerable communities to co-design nature-based infrastructure that aims to deliver multiple benefits; alternative water supply, sanitation and flood protection. These approaches to slum revitalisation aim to co-design a new urban environment that is aligned with the aspirations of the residents, while removing domestic waste water contaminants from the environment.
Registration for this event has now closed.