Sustainable Living Festival

February 15, 2010

A free event featuring talks, workshops, performances, art and films to inspire sustainable communities.

A three-day event held at Federation Square featuring over 300 talks, demonstrations, live performances, twilight films, artworks and interactive workshops.

The free festival is one of the largest festivals in Melbourne, with the smallest environmental impact.

Talks include:
* Design: part of the problem or part of the solution? presented by Dr Tony Fry and Design Victoria
* Living Roofs for a Safe Climate Future hosted by Living Architecture Melbourne
* Designing and Living in a Sustainable Home presented by Livos Australia and Planet Architecture
* Cutting Edge Australian Homes, Australian-style presented by Sanctuary editors Verity Campbell and Michael Day
* Lifetime Affordable Sustainable Housing presented by John Morrissey of RMIT Centre for Design
* Bringing a Safe Climate Future Forward presented by Dr Mark Diesendorf, Ian Porter and Andrew Maynard

*Where* Federation Square, Melbourne VIC 3000
*When* 19-21 February 2010

For more information go to ["www.festival.slf.org.au":http://festival.slf.org.au/]

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