Living Building Conversation #12 â€“ The Built Environment in a Circular Economy
For our next Living Building Conversation, we are heading south to the Tonsley Innovation District to host a panel discussion focusing on how our built environment within a Circular Economy can create positive change. Establishing a Circular Economy requires us to reconsider the way our environments and assets are delivered and managed. This event will provide a timely forum to explore Circular Economy principles and how it can be integrated into our Built Environment within South Australia.
Join us on the 4th of July to discuss approaches, drivers and barriers to the delivery of a Circular Economy with our esteemed panel. The Panel - Jodie Bricout â€“ Circular Economy Manager, Life Cycles - Dr David Ness â€“ Adjunct Associate Professor, School of natural built Environments, Uni SA - Kat Heinrich â€“ Senior Consultant (Waste, Recycling & Resource Management), Rawtec - Stephen Morley â€“ Architectural Engineering Principal / General Manager of South Australia at Robert Bird Group
Discussing how the built environment becomes part and parcel in a Circular Economy
Author / FacilitatorAbout Ken Long
Ken has a deep passion for the creation of built environments which enable positive quality of life. He is a sustainability consultant at dsquared Consulting, an Adelaide based studio delivering sustainable solutions in the built environment. Ken has completed a Bachelors of Architecture from the New York Institute of Technology, a Certificate of Regenerative Ecological Design from the Ecosa Institute in Prescott, Arizona, and a Masters of Sustainable Design from UniSA.
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