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Green-Schools Primary Travel Conference (postponed)
Dublin, D08 W3X7
‘Ireland’s 2040 Vision’
A Message from Green-Schools:
Regrettably Green-Schools have found it in attendees best interests to postpone the below Travel Conference event in Dublin and we hope to be able to announce a rescheduled date as soon as possible. For any queries or updates please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Green-Schools Travel Team,
Environmental Education Unit
An Taisce – The National Trust for Ireland
T: +353 (0) 1 4002222
Current Travel and Global Citizenship Travel schools are invited to join Green-Schools for an exciting day exploring the UN SDGs and ‘Ireland’s 2040 Vision’. The sustainable travel event will feature guest speakers, school presentations and peer-to-peer interactive activities. The conference is free with lunch and refreshments provided. Limited availability and booking is essential. Register your group today!
Date: Monday 30th March 2020
Location: Dean Swift Room, Hyatt Centric The Liberties, Dean St, Dublin, D08 W3X7
Contacts: Rebecca Flanagan t: (01) 4002222, email@example.com
RSVP: 5 attendees including teachers
Green-Schools is delighted to announce our Primary Travel Conference Keynote speaker, Dr. Sarah Rock. Sarah is passionate about placemaking, and in engaging citizens in the co-creation of great neighbourhoods to call home. Sarah states that;
“as the population of our cities and towns continue to grow, we must seek out innovative and sustainable solutions to transport and urban planning that put the needs of people and the environment at the heart of decision making.”
Sarah lectures in urban design and transport planning in TU Dublin, and Chairs the Masters programme in Urban Regeneration and Development. Her qualifications include a Doctorate in Transport Planning from the UCD School of Civil Engineering, a Masters in Urban Development and Design from the University of New South Wales, Australia and a Postgraduate Diploma in Urban Design from Oxford Brookes University, England. She is an eternal student, but perhaps the biggest learnings of them all have come from her other role as mother to two bright and funny children of primary school age.