Today, building owners, developers, and investors are recognizing the potential consequences and risks from climate change and the industry is shifting its focus towards ESG — environmental, social, and corporate governance goals. By leveraging holistic design strategies that put people first, projects can achieve both positive climate and economic outcomes as a result.
In this webinar, Gensler’s Global Design Resilience leaders Gail Napell, Rives Taylor, and Kirsten Ritchie, with Design Manager Lisa Cholmondeley, share findings from our latest Climate Action Through Design report and explain the role the building industry can play in creating a sustainable and resilient future. They are joined by Design Directors Jamielynn Shah and Russell Gilchrist, Studio Director Valeria Segovia, and regional Resilience leader Rhiannon Laurie for a discussion on design strategies for both new construction and adaptive reuse of buildings and tenant spaces, supported by case studies from varying global markets.
Watch the webinar and explore our Climate Action Through Design report to uncover design strategies for climate action in the built environment and to review Gensler’s commitment and progress toward achieving a net zero future.