Regenerative architecture: carbon sequestration and habitat provisioning through building design
My name is Kamiya Varshney, and I am a doctoral student at the Wellington School of Architecture, Victoria University of Wellington, Aotearoa New Zealand. This research project is work towards my dissertation on 'Regenerative architecture: carbon sequestration and habitat provisioning through building design' under the supervision of Dr Maibritt Pedersen Zari and Dr Nilesh Bakshi.
My research aims to explore the relationship between carbon sequestration and habitat provisioning; and prepare a methodological framework for building professionals to think about the synergistic co-benefits of biodiversity and carbon sequestration through architecture.
You are invited to take part in a survey that will help us bridge the gap between the theory and practice of regenerative strategies for habitat provisioning and sequestering carbon. I have attached the information sheet for your reference.
Please click here to complete the survey
Once you have completed the survey, we would really appreciate it if you could forward this survey invitation (including the survey link and the information sheet) through your networks.
This research has been approved by the Victoria University of Wellington Human Ethics Committee (application reference number: 0000029804). For further information click here.
Thank you very much for your time.
Wellington School of Architecture
Victoria University of Wellington
Wellington, New Zealand