8.45am for 9.00am – 10.30am (includes light breakfast)
Tuesday 8 April 2014
Wallmans Lawyers, Level 5, 400 King William Street, Adelaide
Energy efficient and high performing office spaces are often seen as a proxy for ‘good business’ – encouraging innovation, improving productivity, attracting and retaining the best employees, and fostering staff well-being.
Find out how the CitySwitch program can set your company on the path to organisational sustainability as well as hear about a proposed finance mechanism to help both building owners and tenants improve their energy efficiency and improve their bottom line.
This free breakfast event will show you how a collaborative approach between tenant, agent, building owner and industry partners can support your organisation in improving energy efficiency, achieve wider sustainable outcomes and define a new workplace standard.
Trevor Edmond – Managing Partner, Wallmans Lawyers
Wallmans is the current SA and National CitySwitch 'New Signatory of the Year' and is a member of the Australian Legal Sector Alliance. Trevor will talk about Wallmans’ CitySwitch journey and the benefits of ‘going green’.
Michelle English - Manager Climate Change Unit, Department of Environment, Water and Natural Resources
Michelle will provide an overview of the Draft Legislation for Building Upgrade Finance.
(Note: Feedback to government closes on 11 April 2014 – find out more here).
Christina Hughes – CitySwitch National Program Manager, Net Balance Foundation
Christina will introduce the CitySwitch program for organisations who are located outside Adelaide City Council local government area, and talk about how high performing buildings can benefit your organisation in a multitude of ways.
Alison Cusack – CitySwitch Program Manager, Adelaide City Council
Alison will provide a Program update and brief highlights from the past year and overview of plans for 2014.
RSVP is essential by Thursday 3 April 2014. Please RSVP to Christina Hughes by email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 0422 331 695.