Equity, Sustainability and Regeneration in the Built Environment
Feeling overwhelmed in the face of climate and sustainability challenges? Have we got the episode for you.
With the built environment contributing to around 40% of global emissions, our industry has a critical – and pivotal - role to play to limit the projected impacts of climate change to 1.5°C above pre-industrial levels by the end of the century. So we held an event to hear from the people making the changes in our industry that we all want to see more of, in the world.
The event, in November 2022, was run by a passionate group of female designers, championing equity and change in our industry.
They invited leaders in sustainability, waste, Passivhaus and community to come together in a Yarning circle, where designers and guests were able hear the motivations, failures, successes, and ideas for inspiring everyday action in environmental and social sustainability.
Great ideas deserve to be shared, and we recorded the event so you, too, can feel the optimism and motivation to keep going on a path toward Regeneration.
Hosted by Senior Architect Mia Willemsen, in this episode you'll hear from:
Kat Rodwell, Aboriginal Engagement Consultant, Balert Mura Consulting Maree Marshall, Director, Waste Management & Circular Economy, WSP; Clare Parry, Sustainability Manager, Development Victoria; Sam Peart, Head of Sustainability, Hassell Daniel Tatton, Senior Project Officer, Creative Victoria
Thanks to our WomenIN event organisers Sarah Mair, Maddie Gundry, Hannah Green, Chloe Gleeson, Mia Willemsen, Megan Boyle, Emily Shaw, Lauren Geschke, Ingrid Bakker, and Sam Peart.
This episode was recorded on Wurundjeri Woi-Wurrung Country in Naarm (Melbourne).
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