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What would make your community more liveable?

Please join the Claise Brook Catchment Group and Transition Town Mt Hawthorn to discover the latest research on Liveable Cities and meet some of the community groups active in the Vincent area.

When: Friday 4th September
            6pm for a 6:30pm start

Where: City of Vincent Function room
            244 Vincent Street (corner of Loftus Street), Leederville

SpeakerJemma Green is a research fellow and doctoral candidate at Curtin University Sustainability Policy (CUSP) Institute.  She will speak on Liveable Cities, focussing on local and international trends around renewable energy and battery storage, modular construction and transport.

Jemma works in the field of disruptive innovation. She is responsible for industry research relating to infrastructure, energy, carbon, sustainability and climate related business risks. 

Meet: Local community groups, including the Claise Brook Catchment Group and Transition Town Mt Hawthorn, who will share stories on how they contribute to our community.

And finally: Enjoy a delicious supper, made by volunteers, possibly featuring home grown produce!