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The biodiversity emergency is intricately entangled in the climate emergency, and the built environment has significantly contributed to and exacerbated both crises.

Through design interventions and advocacy, the Indigenous Ecosystem Corridors and Nodes (IEC+N) project aims to empower architects, landscape architects, planners, and other built environment professionals to contribute to fortifying biodiversity by reconnecting and regenerating habitats that have been destroyed, fragmented and disconnected.

This event brings together a panel of built environment professionals to explore how we can better integrate nature into the design and construction of our cities to support both human and non-humans alike.

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Sun 28 / Feb 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM

Where

Parkade (MPavilion)
34 Little Collins Street, Melbourne, VIC 3000 Australia

Cost

FULL TICKET: Free

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Wurundjeri & Boonwurrung
Kulin Nation