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Future Earth Australia

Sun, 2019-03-10 23:59 -- 6147839

Future Earth Australia welcomes submissions from government, practitioners, industry, the private sector, NGOs, civil society and academia on our 'Urban Systems Transformation for Sustainable Development Outcomes' consultation process. Your submission will inform our collective strategy due for publication in June 2019.

We are looking for submissions that engage with one of more of the following themes:

Better Urban Water Management Policy Update - Panel Discussion

Thu, 2019-01-24 16:35 -- 6147839

The WA Sustainable Engineering Society (SENG) and the Hydrology and Water Resources Panel invite you to a presentation about the Better Urban Water Management Policy Update at 12pm (for a 12:30pm start) to 1:30pm on Monday 11th February at the WA EA Auditorium.

FREE to SENG members ($30 non-members), Register here: https://www.engineersaustralia.org.au/event/2019/01/better-urban-water-m...

WA Undergraduate Researcher Award Evening 2015

Mon, 2015-11-16 12:37 -- adminssee

The Engineers Australia (WA) Sustainable Engineering Society (SENG) inaugural
Undergraduate Researcher Award recognises a student who presents an outstanding
final year project aligned with the EA Sustainability Charter - Objectives for
Sustainable Development.

OPEN TO
A student enrolled or recently graduated (within last twelve months) in a university or
tertiary institute within Western Australia.

Up to six semi-finalists will be required to give a presentation at this awards evening.

Eminent Speaker Series: A Sustainable Energy Future for Australia

Wed, 2015-02-04 13:56 -- adminssee

If we replaced all the fossil fuelled power stations of the Australian National Electricity Market by commercially available renewable energy systems, how reliable would the renewable electricity supply system be? What would be the respective costs of the 100% renewable energy system, an efficient fossil fuelled system and fossil fuelled systems with hypothetical carbon capture and storage and under what conditions would 100% renewable energy systems break-even with the various fossil fuelled systems? What are the greenhouse gas emissions from each scenario?

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