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Building Construction, Government QLD

Is Brisbane a heat safe city? – EVENT TONIGHT

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Monday 12th February 


Join Sweltering Cities and a panel of experts to discuss extreme heat in Brisbane from a health, community and urban planning perspective. 


  • Associate Professor Shannon Rutherford - Climate Action Beacon, Cities Research Institute and School of Medicine and Dentistry at Griffith University

  • Ryan McNeilly Smith - Senior Planner at Meridian Urban and PhD Candidate at the University of the Sunshine Coast

  • Anna Campbell - Executive Officer for Queensland Walks

  • Emma Bacon - Sweltering Cities Executive Director


- Monday 12th February

- 5:45pm for a 6pm start

- Griffith University Southbank Campus 

- Room 6.37 Webb Centre, Queensland College of Art and Design

- 226 Grey Street , South Brisbane, 4101


Sweltering Cities is a national organisation working directly with communities who are impacted by extreme heat to advocate for more liveable, sustainable and equitable cities and to prevent heatwave disaster. This is our first ever event in Queensland but we’ve been working with local community members since 2020. 

Contact details:

Sean Kennedy - 0447 121 378

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