Connecting people, the planet and property

With in-person events kick starting in the coming months, we are thrilled to launch our newest experience, Offset | Reset, taking place in Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland on Thursday 28 July.

A one-day conference, this gathering will take a deep dive into the depths of ESG (Environmental, Social and Governance), looking at how the property sector can embrace New Zealand’s commitment to halve our carbon emissions by 2030.

The building and construction sector currently accounts for about 20% of New Zealand’s carbon emissions, giving us an important role in achieving this goal. But more than that, we have a leadership role to play to ensure our cities are better planned and prepared for a sustainable future, environmentally and socially.

Offset | Reset connects property, people and the planet. This is a sustainability event, but it’s more than just a green approach, it’s about embracing innovation in business so people, the planet and the property sector prosper, together. It’s about kaitiakitanga (guardianship).

MC’d by ‘Nano Girl’ Dr Michelle Dickinson, confirmed keynote speakers include Aurecon New Zealand’s Managing Director and Chair of the Sustainable Development Committee for the International Federation of Consulting Engineers, Tracey Ryan; Tori Shepherd from the International WELL Building Institute, and Monica Richter, Senior Manager-Low Carbon Futures and Project Director – Business Renewables Centre Australia.

Case studies and panel discussions will feature across the day, covering topics like Social Procurement, Embodied Carbon, LCA modelling and Industry Governance with over 20 leading industry experts sharing their experiences, ideas and opinions.

We warmly acknowledge event sponsors Ecoglo, Stephenson&Turner and Resene, whose shared values and alignment with the overall purpose of the event elevate these partnerships to far more than just a transaction.

Offset | Reset 2022

Embracing innovation in business so people, the planet and the property sector prosper, together.

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