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This webinar was part of the RAIC 2021 Virtual Conference on Architecture
Topics: Future of Architecture
Length: 1.5 hours | What's Included: Video and Certificate of Completion
This webinar is available to stream!
Towards A Climate Action Plan
Join members of the RAIC’s Committee on Regenerative Environments (CORE) and special guests as they discuss their work since the passing of the RAIC Resolution for Urgent and Sustained Action on Climate and Ecological Health, at the 2019 Conference—and on the inaugural RAIC Congress on Architecture: Climate Action and Architecture in Canada, coming October 4, 2021.
Be inspired by a remarkable panel of Canadian cross-sector leaders ushering in large scale systemic change to a low carbon, more resilient and regenerative future. This panelists’ session will share initiatives, methodologies, and perspectives to address climate change within government, institutions, industry, and firms. Hear about our panelist’s initiatives, their macro view, obstacles encountered, solutions and/or compromises as they navigate a rapidly changing targets.
Steve Kemp, Principal; RDH, Canada Standing Committee on Energy Efficiency overseeing NECB and NBC 3.36 updates to 2030
Patrick Enright, Senior Green Building Engineer, Sustainability Group | Planning, Urban Design & Sustainability | City of Vancouver
John Madden, Director, Sustainability and Engineering at The University of British Columbia
Véronique Beaudoin, Directrice adjointe aux investissements, Service des ressources matérielles, Centre de services scolaire des Mille-Iles, Saint-Eustache, QC
Derek Satnik, s2e Technologies, West 5 net zero, smart community in London Ontario
Dave Ramslie, Vice President, Innovation & Sustainability, Concert Properties
Esteban Matheus, Associate, DIALOG
Alanna Quock, Principal and Founder, Regenative Design
Moderator: Mona Lemoine, Chair, RAIC Committee on Regenerative Environments (CORE)
Architect AIBC, MRAIC, LEED AP BD+C, LFA, Regenerative Practitioner, RELi AP
Senior Sustainable Design Specialist, Perkins and Will
1. Listen to multi-sector leaders share their top down / bottom up approach to addressing the climate crisis in a way that is contextually sensitive instead of normative.
2. Extract how government, institutions, industry, and firms work with a Sustainability Action Plan (SAP) to achieve higher levels of performance and align others with their goals.
3. Understand a variety of measurement frameworks with a continual focus on evaluation, adaptation, and improvement as living documents.
4. Learn how to draw on a vision and purpose to create the culture and tools needed to successfully evolve to meet the challenge.
Vers un plan d'action pour le climat
Joignez-vous aux membres du Comité sur les environnements régénératifs de l’IRAC et à leurs invités spéciaux pour une discussion sur le travail accompli depuis l’adoption par l’IRAC, à sa conférence de 2019, de la Résolution pour une action urgente et soutenue en matière de climat et de santé écologique – et sur le congrès inaugural de l’IRAC sur l’architecture : Action climatique et architecture au Canada, qui se tiendra le 4 octobre 2021.