9-11 May 2023
ICC Sydney

Speaker Profile

Usha Iyer-raniga

RMIT University

Usha is Professor, Sustainable Built Environment, RMIT University and co-lead of the UN Sustainable Buildings and Construction Programme. She has 30 years experience across academia and research, industry and government.
Usha has extensive experience in providing grounded solutions for sustainability using applied research as the means. Her current role with the UN One Planet Network is on delivering the UN 2030 agenda, arising from SDG 12. Her work focuses on accelerating sustainability in the built environment through networked policy and programmes.
Usha has been invited as key note speaker and invited speaker at national and international conferences, seminars and workshops. Her teaching portfolio extends to Asian countries. She has provided expertise to APEC at an international level and to Austrade nationally, as also state and local governments. She is reviewer and scientific committee member for national and international referred journals and refereed conferences.
She is on the editorial board for refereed journals and has worked on Special Issues. Usha has served and is currently serving on the Boards of various not for profit organisations and has also served as panel judge for a number of local and international awards such as the Premiers Sustainability Award in Victoria and the International Green Gown Awards.

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