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B-Corp and the Built Environment

15 June 2023

6:00 -9:00

One way for architecture practices to help drive positive societal change is by becoming certified B Corporations. To be eligible for B-Corp Status organisations have to address and score five Impact Areas:

Governance: code of ethics; financial information disclosure; whistle-blower policy; mission and engagement

Workers: career development; health, wellness and safety; tracking satisfaction and engagement

Environment: environmental management system; recycling materials; water, waste and energy usage

Community: civic engagement and giving; diversity, equity and inclusion; supply chain management

Customers: customer feedback or complaint mechanisms; regularly monitoring customer outcomes and wellbeing

We’ve invited a range of businesses from different areas of the built environment industry to critique what being a B-Corp means in 2023 and share their tips, advice and honest feedback on their B-Corp journeys:

Ben Cross, Development Director - General Projects
Holly Lewis, Co-founding Partner - We Made That
Kieron Taylor, Technical Director - AKT II
Richard Holland, Director - Holland Harvey
Sandy Rompotiyoke, Social Advocacy Lead - Periscope

Thomas Aquilina Co-director of New Architecture Writers and co-founder of the publishing collective Afterparti - Chair



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