Successfully moving to a sustainable future

Come along to this forum if you want to find out what you need to be across to better future-proof your organisation in carbon reduction pursuit, embodied energy and circular economy/waste resource.

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The writing is on the wall, and has been for a while—has your organisation been reading it? Come along to this forum if you want to find out what you need to be across to better future-proof your organisation in carbon reduction pursuit, embodied energy and circular economy/waste resource.

This infrastructure session will be framed within the context of planet’s ecosystem and provide tips on how to go about it. The aim of the forum is for attendees to also share on what members may be doing differently now in exploring regenerative futures.

Information will also cover the co-design/integrated design process, as well as specific research endeavours undertaken by Dr. Vaughan.

The forum will conclude with looking at employees of the future and where to find them, as well as an overview of engaging with the university in research projects and taking on undergraduates in your everyday workplace. Dr Vaughan will be inviting students to the event to meet attendees and showcase their research and findings – come and meet the emerging talent in the construction sector.

About Dr Josephine Vaughan
Employed at the University of Newcastle as a lecturer of Construction Management, Dr Josephine Vaughan is interested in the elements of building design and construction that can contribute to a positive outcome for the natural environment and human health. Josephine is actively working in this area by researching, lecturing and publishing on the process of building material selection, building material development, decision making, cultural change and innovation in the construction industry. Through her networks and relationships with industry and community, Josephine is engaged to consult on, design and manage a range of research and building projects, including several upcoming Living Building Challenge projects.

Who should attend:
Managing Directors/General Managers
Business owners
Anyone looking to develop a new premises
Anyone looking to demolish an old facility
HR/P&C

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