Gunter Pauli, on the Blue Economy. A powerful performance from a master of exciting and lucrative sustainable enterprises In the words of one delegate, “today was the best day of Green Cities I’ve ever been too.” Another said, they loved the single (not split) sessions Brookfield Multiplex’s Lauren Haas and Warwick Johnson Elaine Prior, Citi, Craig Roussac, Green Buildings Alive (left), and Nicholas Burt, Facility Management Association Opening cocktails David Parken, Australian Institute of Architects, left, and John Connor Networking in the “forest” Gunter Pauli’s news on how much money you can make from cultivating fly larvae Peter Verwer, Property Council of Australia (left) and The Climate Institute’s John O’Connor on what words could replace sustainability WSP took to high fashion to fight climate change. See our coverage https://thefifthestate.com.au/archives/45209/ Blaire Palese of 350.org called for more exposure for Australia of the huge range of activities and actions on climate change around the world Green Building Council chief executive Romilly Madew at the opening cocktails at 30 The Bond, Sydney Presentations at The Hub, in the Exhibition Hall PVC and Pals didn’t turn up but the copper pipe people did. Complete with sculpture. Pictured, Kembla’s Jason Martinez RelatedNews from the front desk: Issue No 13514 March 2013In "Articles"Green Cities 2013: we still need the sustainability Rottweilers13 March 2013In "Articles"Green Cities: it’s back31 January 2013In "Articles"