We’re all about bringing a fresh perspective to the sustainable future of the built environment.
It’s the next generations who’ll be implementing and living the changes – so if you’re under 30 we want to give you an opportunity to get a head start in your sustainability career.
A Future Green Leader has the drive and an ongoing commitment to implementing sustainability in our built environment – whether they come from a technical or a commercial background they’re keen to implement sustainability initiatives in the built environment.
Contributing to a sustainable future is at the top of their agenda. It’s part of their daily regime and is something they just naturally communicate.
Our Future Green Leaders have access to industry leaders and sustainability experts.
You’ll receive discounted entry to our GBCA events and courses so you can continue to be at the forefront of green thinking and extend your industry network.
The sky’s the limit with your Future Green Leader experience – make the most of the connections, thought leadership and opportunities presented to you.
The Future Green Leader of the Year will gain exclusive industry access and sustainability experience with unlimited access to GBCA's events and courses. And will also gain mentoring with an industry leader. Not to mention, industry recognition as the Future Green Leader of the Year and a position on the Future Green Leader Advisory Group.
Future Green Leader 2017
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On the 13th of March, the Future Green Leaders hosted Micro Green Cities to coincide with the Green Cities Conference in Melbourne.
We were joined by over 60 young sustainability professionals and industry leaders David Waldren (Head of Design at Vicinity Centres), Megan Flynn (Qantas Group Manager Environment and Chair of the Qantas Group Sustainability Council) and Clare Walker (Associate Director Sustainability at The University of Melbourne) to discuss their journey into sustainability, and share ideas on what sustainability means to all of us both personally and professionally.
Hosted at Henley Club and amazing food provided by social enterprise Asylum Seekers Resources Centre (ASRC), the event created an opportunity for young professionals to think about their place in a sustainable future, and get know others who want to share in that journey.