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Throwback - FNZCCI Sustainability forum 2021 - 10/06

Second Serie: Building sustainable and resilient cities

The FNZCCI Sustainability Forum is a series of events aimed at encouraging businesses across New Zealand to reduce the environmental impacts of their operations through energy and resource efficiency improvements and drive transformational impact on local communities. Our inspiring speakers and business specialists will bring up-to-date insights, bold ideas, innovations, business solutions and applications of the latest sustainable trends.

This forum n°2 was focus on sustainable cities with regards to building and infrastructure, urban resilience, well-being, and inclusive growth for citizens. As usual, the session was followed by networking with drinks and nibbles.

The pannel discussion:

- Pierre Ferrandon: Distributed workspace and sustainable buildings, DB Interiors 
- Darek Koper: Leading the transition to zero emission public transport services to improve air quality and reduce greenhouse gas emissions, Auckland Transport
-Norm McKenzie: Online sustainability calculator for infrastructure projects, The Southern Initiative
-Liz Root: How CRL adapted the ISCA label from Australia to NZ, making it relevant to Mana Whenua, City Rail Link

Chris Lijzenga, Sustainability Advisor, New Zealand Trade and Enterprise


All of the French New Zealand Chamber of Commerce's events are hybrid. You can watch now all the replays on our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdkFWwPfjbAi5bJlJtCKqJQ


This is the end of our Sustainability Forum 2021. You were 65 to participate and make this forum successful. We hope that like us you learned a lot and that it has given you ideas for the future.

Last but not least, we would like to thank all the speakers for their availability and the quality of their presentation.


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