AILA 2009 Conference – Shifting Perspective + Practice

The 2009 AILA (Australia Institute of Landscape Architects) National Conference seeks responses to these needs through showcasing various examples of professional engagement in developing contemporary community perspectives of real and imagined landscapes. The Conference sessions and speakers will explore the proposition that the built environment design professions should lead positive change in designed landscapes.

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Aquaterra

Aquaterra will be the meeting place of choice for everyone involved with the management and development of delta and coastal areas around the world. Aquaterra contributes to robust and sustainable developments and focuses on bringing together all stakeholders, questioning, showing and discussing a variety of international cases, projects, and concepts.

For all delta professionals in the world, Aquaterra provides:

* A platform for presenting and sharing knowledge and experience
* A place to meet and develop collaboration with potential partners
* Bridging the gap between sectors and finding mutual interests.

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Environmental Futures 08: Creating the Climate for Change (UK)

Location:QEII Conference Centre, London

Building on the success of environmental futures 07 this year’s conference will combine perspectives from government, business, the investment community and others to:
# Share the latest thinking and policies on the environment, with the focus on a low carbon economy and adaptation to built-in climate change.
# Debate the respective roles of government, business, the investment community, the technology sector and other groups in delivering real change.
# Uncover the mechanisms and measures that will incentives and accelerate progress and stimulate wider behavior change.

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Construction slump forces architecture firms to cut jobs – JSOnline

JSonline reports that

“The recession and credit crunch, which have killed plans for new condominiums, hotels and other projects, are forcing some Milwaukee-area architectural firms to cut jobs.

In recent weeks, Kahler Slater Architects Inc. and Eppstein Uhen Architects Inc. have eliminated 20 positions and 15 positions, respectively. Other firms have made smaller trims as they deal with declining work from developers and other clients.”

SOURCE: JSOnline.com – Construction slump forces architecture firms to cut jobs

As cash slows, developers face challenges – The National Newspaper

“As sales of new homes and villas slow to a near-halt, developers are struggling with a situation that would have been unthinkable just a year ago: no cash flow.” – UAE

SOURCE: The National Newspaper – As cash slows, developers face challenges

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