Developing brilliant future cities
hroughout this semester of Year 7 Humanities, students worked very hard tackling the difficult problem of climate change and how our cities can be designed to sustainably manage the needs of a growing population while reducing our carbon footprint.
In groups, students researched, designed and built models of sustainable cities of the future. Each city had to incorporate zero-emissions solutions across four key sectors: Energy, Transportation, Housing/Infrastructure and Agriculture. At their Exhibition on Friday, the cohort shared their ideas with the school community and their enthusiasm and knowledge was evident to all who were in attendance.
A big congratulations to the winners of the competition, ‘Sea City’, pictured above, who worked tirelessly throughout the process to develop a brilliant Future City.
Creativity & Innovation Coordinator