Caleb Clarke (Chair)
Caleb Clarke is an Environmental Engineer who is focused on the design of green infrastructure and environmental restoration projects as well as being a Director of Morphum Environmental.
Neil Purdie (Deputy Chair)
Neil is a building services engineer with a strong track record in sustainable design, encompassing green buildings, renewable energy systems and energy auditing. Neil is a green star accredited professional (NZGSAP) assessor and NABERSNZ assessor.
Richard Taylor (Treasurer)
Richard is passionate about water – the efficient use of water, protecting the environment and enjoying water in our recreation and is a Principal Water Engineer at Thomas Civil.
Rebecca Agent is an independent Business Consultant specialising in Strategy, Sustainability, Change and Project Management. She’s worked with diverse clients including Tourism New Zealand developing a Business Case to create a more a Sustainable Tourism Industry, and is at the moment rolling out a Sustainable Performance Management Framework for Public Trust.
Monique is the Senior Sustainability Specialist, Risk, Resilience and Responsibility at Tonkin + Taylor. She works with project teams and client organisations to maximise the environmental and social value generated by projects, and to measure outcomes on a whole-of-life basis to build the business case for sustainability initiatives.
Karen is a Principal Specialist for Natural Environment Strategy within the Auckland Plan Strategy & Research Department at Auckland Council.
Kat is the Company Sustainability Leader at Opus International Consultants – a global role carried out alongside her consulting work, with a strong strategic focus involving policy development, strategy and planning, training and sustainability reporting.
Nicola is a senior consultant within Risk and Advisory at Deloitte. She has a strong sustainability focus in this role and in her wider endeavours.
Tim is the co-leader of the Climate Change, Sustainability and Health & Safety practice for Ernst and Young in New Zealand.
Mark is a practicing Architect in a large multi-disciplinary consultancy company in NZ. He actively advocates the principles of sustainability to the clients, consultants, suppliers and contractors he works alongside in the building industry.
Andrew Walters is director at Global Action Plan Oceania, a registered sustainability charity that bridges the gap between intent and action. He specialises in corporate and community sustainability transformation and waste management and minimisation.
General enquiries should be directed to the Society’s Secretariat