The urgent and interconnected challenges of climate change, ecological degradation, and the global pandemic demand a realignment of our focus, and enhancement of our skills, as built environment professionals.
To deliver multi-faceted and holistic responses fast and at scale, we are uniting the industry and academia to upskill and build our collective capacity for climate action.
The transdisciplinary approach of the Framework aims to create the knowledge base from which to consistently and continuously upskill the entire built environment sector.
The target audience for this Framework is, therefore, built environment professionals of today and the future, as well as tutors, who are teaching the next generation professionals.
By defining a holistic knowledge structure, for every built environment professional, to consistently upskill themselves, and remain competent in a rapidly changing world.
It is envisaged that this shared Framework can be taken as the base set of topics by any organisation to use, customise, and to build detailed content on — in line with their discipline, area of focus, and contextual priorities.