Sustainable Housing in Cold and Temperate Climates
Dr Mark Dewsbury will talk on the specific requirements of building sustainable housing in cold and temperate climates. Tasmanian student Zac Corbett will give a brief talk on his time at the 2017 London International Youth Science Forum.
|When:||Sunday, August 27 2017. 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM|
|Where:||The Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery|
2 Invermay Road, Invermay, TAS, 7248
|Topic:||Innovation and technology|
|Cost:||General Public $6, QVMAG Friends, Launceston Historical Society members, and bona fide students $4, members of the Royal Society of Tasmania free.|
|Bookings:||03 6323 3798|
The Northern Chapter of the Royal Society of Tasmania’s Science Week speaker for 2017 is Dr Mark Dewsbury, a Tasmanian scientist who is passionate about sustainability, and has been involved in the sustainable design of commercial and residential buildings in the public and private sectors for more than 20 years.
Dr Dewsbury will talk on the specific requirements of building cold-weather sustainable housing.
Prior to Dr Dewsbury’s lecture, Tasmanian student Zac Corbett will give a short talk on his time at the 2017 London International Youth Science Forum, a trip partly funded by The Royal Society of Tasmania.
Chel BardellRoyal Society of Tasmania, LauncestonEmail: email@example.comPhone: 03 6362 3102