Future of Mobility - Will our children ever learn to drive?

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The Greenhouse Sessions - a collaboration between WWF's Panda Labs and GreenUps - are a monthly gathering of influential business leaders, passionate change-makers, experts and people curious to understand how we can leverage emerging technology to save the planet.

Using the power of story, a panel of experts, a sprinkling of start-ups, content capture and collaboration, the Greenhouse Sessions promise to educate, inspire and create a framework for collaboration - leaving the audience with the power to author a different future.

In this session, we will be looking at the future of mobility. From autonomous vehicles to multi-modal transport systems, hyperloops and space travel, we will go on a journey through how the proposed transport infrastructure of the future will change how we travel. And most importantly, how the future of mobility will change us, from the way our cities are organised to the way we communicate and even the way we interact and build relationships. Be prepared for some tough questions, and some interesting answers from our panelists:

- Lisa McLean - CEO of the Open Cities Service Alliance

- Andrew Mehaffey - Director of HMI Technologies

- Dr Michelle Zeibots - Research Director at the Institute of Sustainable Futures, Research Director for the UTS Transport Research Centre and Senior Lecturer at the UTS School of Civil Engineering

- Philip Thalis - Independent Councillor at City of Sydney

The evening's event will also feature three innovative start-ups pitching for your vote, $1,000 in prize money and the chance to win $10,000 at the grand finale.

Get your tickets quickly as this event will reach capacity quickly.

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https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/future-of-mobility-will-our-children-ever-learn-to-drive-tickets-51538276372

This event is proudly supported by City of Sydney and brought to you in partnership with Lendlease.