PLANNING TECHNOLOGY KEY TO BUILDING CLIMATE RESILIENCE: PLANTECH REPORTS This release by FrontierSI originally appeared on the FrontierSI website in May 2024. For Immediate Release FrontierSI, April 2024 MELBOURNE,  SYDNEY – AUSTRALIA: Leading planning and geospatial figures are calling for a coordinated approach to digitising and streamlining Australia’s urban planning systems. The PlanTech Partnership led by

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