Australia’s ability to deliver social infrastructure post-Covid will be examined in depth at a Melbourne conference later this month.
Convened by the Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute, the day-long hybrid event will also look at urban transport options during a pandemic and population dynamics in a post-coronavirus context.
Click here to register for the 29 July event.
In other conference news, AHURI has announced its National Housing Conference will be held in Melbourne on 2-4 March 2022.
The conference will examine the lessons learned for the housing sector during the global coronavirus pandemic and how Australia’s housing system is responding to issues created by climate change – including resilience to bushfires, floods and other extreme weather events, sustainable design, and energy-efficient housing.
The Australian Institute for Disaster Resilience is postponing its 2021 Australian Disaster Resilience Conference, scheduled next month, to 6-7 October.
The National Recovery Forum has also been postponed until 8 October.