The ADC Forum, described on their website as:

“…a wholly Australian, non-political, not-for-profit leadership organisation which brings together leaders from business, government, the public sector, academia and the broader community to improve their understanding of key issues affecting Australia. The Australian Davos Connection became the ADC Forum in 2010.”

has released the Publication “Northern Development – Creating the future Australia” in which Ecoscape’s ANEC project and CAPITheticAL submission features in the Infrastructure & Population section. The publication was launched in Canberra on March 19th, 2015 at Parliament House and attended by notable business leaders and politicians. Ecoscape is proud to be a part of the discussion in planning for the future direction of Australia’s growth in terms of what, how and where this growth should occur.

Our vision for a Lake Argyle city (currently named ANEC: Australia’s Northern Eco City”) speculates on the idea of growing Northern Australia’s population through the creation of an entirely new city on the shores of the vast Lake Argyle in the Eastern Kimberley region. The city would serve as a regional capital, and the vision would be for this city to be an impetus for growth in the north as well as providing a closer link to our northern neighbours.

To learn more about the ADC Forum, you can visit their website here:

To read more about our ANEC project, you can visit the ANEC website here: