Dr Tia Kansara
Future City sustainability evangelist & entrepreneur
Replenish Earth Ltd
Dr Tia Kansara is the founder of Replenish Earth Ltd. and co-director of Kansara Hackney Ltd., the first ISO certified sustainable lifestyle consultancy in the world. She chairs the Sandbox Global Community and is the UCL Bartlett’s Ambassador to the Gulf region, advisor of the Economic Times of India, as well as a visiting professor at the Centre of Environment Planning and Technology, India.
Her recent work involves providing city governments with her concept of Replenish, a per capita assessment of ecosystem services as well as publishing her first book, Replenish. Replenish cities give more back to nature. Rather than sustaining the status quo they banish waste and create movements through lifestyles that are pro-nature.
Tia is partnering with Bhutan’s Gross National Happiness Centre, GIFT City and Masdar City. She has travelled to over 80 countries to share the World Replenish Index, and recently launched the Replenish Business Canvas at MIT Media Labs. You can see her talking about the future of cities and how to create societies that have a better relationship with nature in one of her six TEDx talks.
Can children be leaders today? CU Adelaide thinks so, and has partnered with Open State in hosting a series of keynote speeches as part of the Open State 2017 event....
As part of Open State, join Dr Tia Kansara in an intimate discussion about the Replenish movement and how these principles can inspire a Replenishing Entrepreneur in Adelaide's startup community....
How can we live the good life while giving back to the planet that is our only home? Join Dr Tia Kansara for the discussion.
Listen to international speakers Indy Johar, Tia Kansara and on ABC Radio Adelaide 891AM with host David Bevan.
In partnership with the Don Dunstan Foundation, the Open State Showcase: Future Us will give you a taste of the Open State festival.
We have long regarded Gross Domestic Product as the measure of progress. Ecosystem engineer Dr. Tia Kansara proposes we measure success not just by what we generate, but by what...