13 Jan 2013
Activism history tour of Fremantle and Sustainability Policy Information Evening
Join prominent sustainability and climate policy expert Professor Peter Newman as he leads a free guided tour around historic Fremantle, focusing on the history of activism in the historic port city.
After the tour the group will return to the Curtin University Sustainability Policy (CUSP) Institute for some food and beverages whilst learning about the growing importance of sustainability and good climate policy, the work CUSP is doing on global issue, and how the world is and how you can play a part in this change by studying at CUSP.
This informal information session will provide you with a wonderful opportunity to speak with leading experts and professionals in the fields of urban sustainability, coastal sustainability, climate policy, new technologies and participatory sustainability.
You will learn about the range of short courses and postgraduate degrees offered at CUSP Institute, including our inter-disciplinary program in Sustainability and Climate Policy, which covers the major sustainability issues facing the world today, with specific vocational skills in how to solve them.
If you want to find out more about Fremantle’s interesting activist history, and sustainability and climate policy, and explore your options for a career in this field, then we look forward to meeting with you. We encourage you to register your name by emailing Christine.Finlay@curtin.edu.au
To find out more visit: sustainability.curtin.edu.au or view our short video about studying at CUSP.
Event: An Activist History of Fremantle and Curtin Sustainability Information Evening
Date: Wednesday 16 January 2013
Time: Tour commences 5:30 – 7:00pm, followed by refreshments and presentation
Where: Curtin University Sustainable Policy (CUSP) Institute, 3 Pakenham St, Fremantle