The Visions & Pathways 2040 project aims to explore and articulate visions, scenarios and pathways for a low carbon and resilient built environment in Australia. The project combines research with a range of creative engagement strategies to develop visions and scenarios for Australian cities in 2040. Research focuses on the challenges and opportunities of moving to a ‘low carbon’ future and maintaining resilience in the face of a changing climate. Through its engagement program the project will gather stakeholder views of the dynamics of change and the possible future morphology of cities – their built infrastructure, systems of provision and lifestyles.
This video was created by Trish Cave and Katherine Bissett Johnson in response to a workshop about the future of Melbourne, held in early 2014. The video collates stakeholders' dreams of Melbourne in 2040.
This work is copyright and was produced and licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Non Commercial-No Derivatives 4.0 International License for the Victorian Eco Innovation Lab [VEIL] and the CRC for Low Carbon Living [CRCLCL]. The work including video, text, images and sound was created by Trish Cave and Katherine Bissett-Johnson. Should you wish to reproduce this work, you must give appropriate credit to VEIL CRCLCL and Trish Cave and Katherine Bissett-Johnson.