The Fourth Industrial Revolution has disrupted the way production plants work by integrating smart technologies and cyber-physical systems in the manufacturing process.


DAY: 7th of july

TIME: 9:30 - 10:45

As cities around world transition to a low carbon future, how do we ensure our places and communities remain fair for all?

It’s often the most vulnerable who are impacted by the effects of climate change as well as the sometimes negative and unintended consequences of decarbonisation – from economic inequality through to social exclusion.

We’re seeing COVID-19 recovery responses call for the world to come out of the pandemic in a green and clean way.

But how do we ensure that the people who will benefit from this investment are ...


RMIT's global webinar will address how cities are increasingly adopting nature-based solutions for water, exploring its potential to enhance water security and ecological quality and to serve as a complement or alternative to traditional urban water treatments.


The memorandum of understanding with Eurecat – the Technology Centre of Catalonia – signals RMIT’s strong commitment to Barcelona and serves as an alignment of like-minded organisations for cooperation across research, doctoral student training and industry engagement.  


El cambio climático ha intensificado la necesidad de que las comunidades encuentren formas significativas y transformadoras de abordar mejor la sostenibilidad y la resiliencia de sus entornos.


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