'Cats, Cars and Catchments' - Where to for the Bush Capital

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Subject: 'Cats, Cars and Catchments' - Where to for the Bush Capital
From: "Jenny Bounds" <>
Date: Thu, 11 Aug 2005 16:11:34 +1000
Wednesday 17 August, 7.30 to 8.30pm
Llewellyn Hall, Childers St, ANU
As part of Science week, a free public forum (ANU - Canberra Times) with some of the nation's leading scientists to discuss/debate serious environmental questions facing the ACT. 
How much bush should we keep in our rapidly expanding city?
Should we be re-planting pine forests in our catchment?
Is it time for a car exclusion zone in Civic?
Should a cap be put on Canberra's population/urban expansion?
Speakers include Prof David Lindenmayer (Ecologist), Prof Paul Perkins (Sustainable resources expert), Dr Janette Lindesay (Climatologist), Dr Chris Brack (Forestry expert)
This should be a stimulating forum discussing environmental science away from the planning committees and political arena.
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