ISCA'S NEW ZEALAND (virtual) SUMMIT, #CONNECTNZ
ISCA is Australia and New Zealand’s authority on sustainable infrastructure projects and assets. ISCA’s purpose is to ensure all infrastructure delivers cultural, social, environmental and economic benefits.
This year, we have moved our popular 2-day New Zealand Summit #ConnectNZ into a series of highly engaging and interactive online sessions.
These online sessions are designed to provide you with an opportunity to learn, connect and take part in rebuilding a sustainable future for people, the planet and a thriving economy.
AN ALL EMCOMPASSING VIRTUAL LEARNING EXPERIENCE
Leading Industry Speakers: Participate and gain insight from industry experts in their field via highly engaging online sessions.
Thought Leadership Insight: Discover the latest insights from thought leaders through their extended knowledge and expertise.
Delegate Participation: Virtually participate in 5 highly engaging sessions with panel speakers and have your vital questions answered via our Q & A system.
#CONNECTNZ ONLINE SERIES WILL EXPLORE
➤ How to Embed Sustainability into the Economic Recovery Plan - Hackathon
➤ Social Sustainability - Procurement, Inclusion and Diversity
➤ Net Zero Future - How Infrastructure can Build a Pathway Forward to Reach Net Zero by 2050
➤ Verifiers Panel - Inside Tips, Lessons-learnt and How to Deliver More Sustainable Outcomes
➤ Innovations and Impact workshop
OUR EVENT PARTNERS
The Infrastructure Sustainability Council of Australia (ISCA) is Australia and New Zealand’s authority on sustainable infrastructure projects and assets. ISCA’s purpose is to ensure all infrastructure delivers cultural, social, environmental and economic benefits. The council works with 18 local, state and federal government departments in Australia and New Zealand.
The Infrastructure Sustainability (IS) rating scheme is mandated by delivery agencies and asset operators across Australia and New Zealand with approximately 70% (by CAPEX) of government-funded large infrastructure projects undertaking the rating. ISCA represents more than 150 individual companies, departments and associations with a combined annual turnover of more than $47.4 billion.
ISCA’s membership reflects the diversity of the infrastructure sector with 46 small-to medium enterprises, 54 companies with annual turnover of up to $1 billion, 30 companies with an annual turnover of more than $1 billion and 15 industry associations and not-for-profits. Members include all levels of government, major infrastructure contractors and alliances, professional services firms, product manufacturers, utilities, suppliers, not-for-profits and associations and universities.
FOR MORE INFORMATION
Contact Infrastructure Sustainability Council of Australia | email@example.com