Event type: Panel
Date: Monday 7 May 2018
Time: 6 - 7.30pm
Venue: Law School Foyer, Level 2, Sydney Law School (F10), Eastern Avenue
Cost: Free and open to all with online registrations required
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What does residence in ‘hot Sydney’, mean for your life chances, for those of your children, and for the elderly in your community? How do poorer schools, less green space, fewer trees, reduced public transport, fewer libraries and areas of public airconditioned space work together to exacerbate inequality? How does ‘hot Sydney’ compare to life in suburbs with good health and transport infrastructure, more public space, moderating sea breezes and reduced levels of crime and risk?
This event is part one of the Living in a Warming World series convened by Dr Frances Flanagan.
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