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Sustainability Actions in Australia


  • Jenni Webster

    (Spowers Architects Facility and Development Advisors)

  • Leigh Robinson

    (Taylor Robinson Architects)

  • Kelvin Trimper

    (Lend Lease Communities)

  • Stan Salagaras

    (Mawson Lakes Development)


Presented here are Australian case studies of educational buildings with environmentally sustainable designs – an upper secondary school complex and a university learning centre – and sustainability initiatives by a private developer working in collaboration with government authorities.

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  • Jenni Webster & Leigh Robinson & Kelvin Trimper & Stan Salagaras, 2007. "Sustainability Actions in Australia," PEB Exchange, Programme on Educational Building 2007/11, OECD Publishing.
  • Handle: RePEc:oec:eduaaa:2007/11-en

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    community; learning environment; sustainability; sustainable development;

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