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Sustainability alone will not be able to reverse the damage made by human activities in the last centuries on our natural and human systems on Earth. Regenerative and ecological design is an expeditious approach that can repair this damage and give back to these life-supporting systems. Traditional ecological knowledge is the first step in this regeneration journey that can have a positive social and environmental impact.

This event aims to educate and empower everyone with traditional ecological knowledge and regenerative tools to care for country.

The Garden Building on Bowen Street is still considered part of RMIT Building 10 but it is mostly separate with stair and elevator access from Bowen Street (Level 4) and access to the Terrace from the Main Building (Level 7).

PRESENTER

Dr. Dominique Hes is Chair of Greenfleet, regenerative development and placemaking thinker, educator, author, and researcher. Dominique has been working at the leading edge of Greenfleet design and development for over 25 years. Current projects are Nunduk and the Paddock, both aiming to heal the land, bring back keystone species while delivering high-quality built environment outcomes. She has a history of working in the higher education and building industries in the fields of sustainability, regenerative development, systems thinking, environmental issues, placemaking, industrial ecology, LCA, eco-design, and project management. Dominique has degrees in science, engineering, and a PhD in architecture, and is the author and editor of six books and over 100 papers and reports.

Other presenters will be

Uncle Shane Charles

Alana Marsh – Wayapa Wuurk

Jacques Mitchell – artist, and researcher with Whadjuk Balladong Noongar heritage

Dr. Maya Ward – landscape architect

 

Image: ECOS-CSIRO
Image: ECOS-CSIRO
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WHEN

Sat 26 / Feb 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Where

Garden Building & Terrace
Building 10
RMIT University
Bowen Street, Melbourne, VIC 3000 Australia

Cost

FULL TICKET: Free

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Indigenous Country

Wurundjeri

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