Australia | Leadership Summit on Sustainable Design & Ecological Stewardship

| Holding Redlich | Sydney

In the past 20 years, professional practices have made strides in the battle to make our built environment more sustainable.

However, the reality we face is that the magnitude of the issues is growing, and our achievements to date have barely brushed the surface of the problem. Humanity’s demand for ecological resources and services outpaces the Earth’s ability to regenerate.

The Summit pulls together a unique range of action-oriented, inspirational and aspirational stories, from Global Leaders from across the spectrum of architecture, engineering, construction, development and design.

The forum will focus on challenging the status quo and discovering new approaches to practical, effective and regenerative practice.

Professional firms—as well as academics and Government Officials—will convene to learn about new approaches that can be immediately implemented in firms and organisations.

This experience is designed to explore where the thinking and designs within our firms/ leaders must be in order to work toward a regenerative future.

Speakers and projects from around the globe will be featured with notable mentions of USA, CHINA, JAPAN.

Toward a Regenerative Future will be held beginning Thursday, March 28 at 3:00 p.m. through Friday, March 29 at 5:00 p.m. AEDT at Holding Redlich in Sydney.  For more information and to register, go here. 

Event Speakers

Jo Walton - Hespe

Senior Consultant Environment Resources
ARUP

Andrew Mather

Managing Director
ANZ Integral

Alexia Lidas

Managing Director
DesignIntelligence/Design Futures Council

Anna Davis

Senior Sustainability Engineer
ARUP

Mary Casey

Director, Social Infrastructure
HKA

Scott Alden

Partner
Holding Redlich

Andrew Coward

Strategy Director
Polymer Studios

Jason Twill

Director
Urban Apostles

Adrian McGregor

Founder & CEO
McGregor Coxall

Makoto Ocihai

Product Development Manager - Sharwood
SEKISUI HOUSE

Dr. Kate Ringvall

Country Manager Sustainability Retail
IKEA