Inventing the Future: Shaping WA from 2010 to 2050 - Launch

Inventing the Future: Shaping WA from 2010 to 2050 - Launch

WA
Mar 25

Registrations are now closed. For information on registration please contact Alicia Richards on 08 6104 7102

CEDA WA's new initiative, Inventing the Future: Shaping WA from 2010 to 2050, will provide an ongoing platform for public discourse and policy development in Western Australia and the nation. Join us for the launch of this exciting new program on March 25.

Speakers

Brian Haratsis, Managing Director, MacroPlan Australia
Alan Langford, Chief Economist, BankWest
Ian Satchwell, Director, ACIL Tasman

 

 Public event
 25/03/2010
 Hyatt Regency, 99 Adelaide Terrace, Perth, WA 6000

 Economy
 Half-day forum (9:30am to 2:00pm)

   

    

 
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EVENT OVERVIEW

" The best way to predict the future is to invent it."
Alan Kay, Computer Scientist , 1971

The predictions for population growth in Australia, and particularly Western Australia, over the next four decades are startling: forecasts include numbers such as 35 million for Australia, and a WA population of at least four million.  Western Australia appears poised to experience another period of high demand for natural resources and energy, driven largely by the industrial development of China and India. WA is facing its biggest ever investment wave as major projects gear up to supply this demand.

Where will the people, hospital beds, roads, ports, and schoolrooms come from?  How will our local, state, and federal governments deal with increased demands for increased and overlapping expertise and regulation?   And how can we learn from previous growth cycles to encourage the development of sustainable cities, rational use of resources, and a broader distribution of the benefits?

CEDA WA's new initiative, Inventing the Future: Shaping WA from 2010 to 2050, will provide an ongoing platform for public discourse and policy development in Western Australia and the nation.  Join us for the launch of this exciting new program on March 25.

MEET THE SPEAKER

Brian Haratsis, Managing Director, MacroPlan Australia

Brian Haratsis has more than 20 years experience as an economist, futurist, and property and planning strategist. He is founder and Managing Director of MacroPlan, an Australia-wide multi-disciplinary consultancy of economists, strategic and statutory planners, financial analysts, community infrastructure specialists and property research analysts.  Renowned for his extensive expertise in strategic planning, and social and economic cost benefit analysis, Mr Haratsis will take us on a journey into the future and examine how we can best work together to shape WA's development through the next 50 years.

MEET THE PANELLISTS

Alan Langford, Chief Economist, BankWest
Gary Prattley, Chairman, WA Planning Commission
Ian Satchwell, Director, ACIL Tasman

SUPPORTED BY CEDA MEMBER

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 Registration Fees (inc GST)

 Ticket

Full Conference

Lunch Only

CEDA Members and Guests

$270.00 per person

$135.00 per person

 

$2500.00 for 10 seats

$1250.00 table of 10

Non Members

$370.00 per person

$185.00 per person

 

$3500.00 for 10 seats

$1750.00 table of 10

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