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Hi all,

Following up on the line regarding the upcoming Biennial of Towns and Town Planners in Dublin in the draft minutes of our last meeting, we are now inviting proposals for projects or papers to be presented at the event this October.

I would be obliged if you could circulate the call (below and attached) to your networks and online. So we can track circulation and avoid future duplication or cross posting it would be really useful if you could drop me a line of anywhere you're placing it.

Webinar Series #1 : Food Security And Planning In The Commonwealth


 
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WEBINAR SERIES : WEBINAR 1 : FOOD SECURITY AND PLANNING IN THE COMMONWEALTH

DATE : 17th November 2014, 16:00:00 UTC/GMT

TIME: 8am British Columbia, 11am Ontario, 4 pm United Kingdom, 6pm South Africa, 7 pm Kenya, 3am (18th November) New South Wales, 5am (18th November) New Zealand

NOTE to Asia Pacific region: CAP will be delivering a follow-up webinar designed for an Asia – Pacific audience.

ATTENDANCE: LIMITED TO FIRST 100 PEOPLE

To Attend the CAP Webinar Series 1, Click Here at the specified time.

AGENDA:

Christine Platt, CAP President Welcome and background to the CAP webinar series
Clive Harridge, CAP Secretary– General Overview of CAP research projects including Food Security and webinar rules & procedures
Wayne Caldwell, PhD, RPP, MCIPDirector and Professor, School of Environmental Design and Rural Development, University of Guelph, Guelph, Ontario, Canada, www.uoguelph.ca/sedrd/Convenor, Commonwealth Food Security and Planning Work Group.

 

Ian Sinclair, FPIA

Principal Consultant, Edge Land Planning, Bowral, New South Wales, Australia, www.ruralplanning.com.au

Member of Food Security and Planning working Group. Presentation on “Feeding the City – Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Production for urban areas.”

Presentations
  Question & Answer Session
Christine Platt, CAP President Closing Words

 The webinar will be recorded and posted on CAP website for those who cannot attend this session.

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