The Sustainability Society (TSS) is an national network established to foster sustainability within the built environment. They have a complex systems approach to sustainability, recognising that human and natural systems are interconnected and interdependent. Formed in 2003, TSS is a technical group of Engineering New Zealand.
What they do
The Sustainability Society seeks to promote:
- Research into the science and engineering underlying sustainability.
- Methods and tools for achieving sustainability.
- The application of sustainability to professional practice, design and management.
As a member you'll have access to benefits such as:
- Free registration to all forums and webinars.
- Exclusive discounted rates to all fee-paying TSS short courses, workshops, seminars or conferences.
- Regular newsletter updates.
- Negotiated discounts for affiliate society events.
- Opportunities to showcase sustainability research and practice via online and in person member events.
- Opportunities to contribute to the society's projects/themes via working groups.
Membership types include:
- Student – Free
- Graduate – $36 per year
- Full – $55.20 per year
- Retired – $36 per year
- Organisation – $750 per year