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Monash Expert: World Environment Day (5 June)

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The theme for this year’s World Environment Day is "Our Land, Our Future” #GenerationRestoration. The theme emphasises the importance of restoring land, combating desertification, and enhancing resilience to drought.

A Monash University expert is available to comment on various topics relating to World Environment Day. 

Professor Diego Ramírez-Lovering, RISE Co-Director, Monash Art, Design and Architecture
Contact details: +61 3 9903 4840 or
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The following can be attributable to Ramírez-Lovering:

“Cities are continuing to grow at an extraordinary rate. In order to address the challenges of sustainable urban growth effectively, cities must rethink the way we deliver water, sanitation, and climate-resilient infrastructure. 

“We are working on a number of exciting projects in Indonesia that offer a promising path towards sustainable development - by leveraging the power of ecosystems to address climate challenges, water security, and biodiversity loss.

“For example, the Citarum Program is using an integrative socio-technical approach to create clean, healthy and productive rivers and communities, and the RISE program is implementing nature-based infrastructure to improve living conditions in urban informal settlements.”

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