Zero carbon buildings by 2050. What will this look like, and how do we get there?
some of New Zealand’s leading thinkers on this subject, as they explore how we
will get our new and existing buildings to zero carbon and what it means for
the engineering, architectural, building professions and supply chain.
along to this free event to understand the technologies, the regulatory
drivers, the impact of investors and how that is going to change homes and
buildings to a better future for New Zealanders.
Representing Engineers is Ben Masters, Beca –
Associate - Building Services. With over 15 years’ experience working in New
Zealand and the UK specialising in Environmentally Sustainable Design (ESD),
Ben plays a lead role in Beca's green building projects.
Representing Building Owners is Anna Palairet, Air
New Zealand - General Manager of Property and Infrastructure at Air New
Zealand. Anna is an experienced business leader with
responsibilities for centralised business portfolios and areas of influence of
up to $750m p.a.
Representing Real Estate is Lloyd Budd, Bayleys -
Director - Commercial, Retail & Operations.
Lloyd has over 15 years of Real Estate experience on a global scale. His roles
include leading strategic innovation initiatives for Lendlease (Australia) and
large scale mixed-use projects for Majid Al Futtaim Properties (Middle East).
Representing Architects is Christina
van Bohemen – Director Sills van Bohemen Architects FNZIA (Registered
Architect). Having practised architecture since
1996 and establishing her own practice in 2001 she is the he current President
of the NZIA. Christina enjoys being involved in the architectural community she
was on the Auckland Council Urban Design Panel 2011-2017, and was also on the
NZ Registered Architects Board.
Representing the advocates is
Sidd Mehta, Generation Zero.
Sidd works as a core-team campaigner for Generation Zero and the Zero Carbon Act Campaign. He began his involvement with Generation Zero in Auckland working on campaigns for better transport while he was studying at the University of Auckland. His background is in health economics and environmental health, which fostered his keen interest in addressing issues at the intersection of health, environment and justice. Sidd also works for Auckland Regional Public Health Service, as a Public Health Advisor in Built Environments.
the Building and Property Sector is Andrew Eagles - NZGBC CEO. Andrew joined the New Zealand Green Building Council in September 2016
as Chief Executive. Andrew is a qualified economist with more than
fourteen years’ experience in the built environment. Working for consultancies,
associations, government and built environment charities, he has a wealth of
knowledge in housing, market mechanism, advocacy and the construction supply
panel will be hosted and chaired by Patrick Reynolds:
Reynolds is an Auckland based photographer and urbanist. Patrick
is the nation’s leading photographer of the built environment. His
architectural work can be seen in most leading publications both nationally and
has lead Auckland specific Urban Design studio courses at the School of
Architecture and Planning at the University of Auckland. In 2013 he received a
President’s Award from the NZ Institute of Architects for his contributions to
the fields of architecture and urban design. He
is a committee member of Urban Auckland and deputy chair of Greater Auckland,
two influential civil society groups dedicated to improving the urban realm.
CPD Points available:
NZRAB: 10 points
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