SEMINAR: Where Have All the Baby Boomers Gone? Population Trends and Challenges
|Where Have All the Baby Boomers Gone? Population Trends and Challenges
The 2011 Manning Clark House Day of Ideas has invited a range of speakers to discuss how the population dynamics predicted by mid-century will affect how we live. There will be ample opportunity for discussion and the raising and sharing of ideas.
*Population Trends - Dr Tom Wilson, Senior Research Fellow, Queensland Centre for Population Research.
*Social Capital and Sense of Community - Associate Professor Lisa Wood, Deputy Director, Centre for Built Environment, UWA.
*Urban Spaces - Professor Shane Murray, Dean, Faculty of Art and Design, Monash University.
*Rural Demography and Social Dynamics - Winthrop Professor Matthew Tonts, Head, School of Earth and the Environment, UWA.
*Environmental Sustainability and Population Growth - Chuck Berger, Director of Strategic Ideas, Australian Conservation Foundation, Melbourne.
Registration Cost: $70 standard | $55 concession
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