In September, ANE’s board gathered in Copenhagen for a transformative workshop, focusing on the vital roles of Nordic engineers and STEM professionals in shaping our digital future. Frank Jensen, Owner and Chairman of Søren Jensen Consulting Engineers, delivered an enlightening talk during this event.
Frank Jensen’s talk centered on the concept of regenerative buildings, drawing inspiration from the natural world’s ability to heal and regenerate. These buildings aim to offset more carbon emissions during construction than they produce, they foster biodiversity and enhance human well-being. Frank emphasized the need to view buildings as integral components of a broader living system, impacting social and economic structures.
A viewpoint on the necessary skills and research to make buildings regenerative
We invite you to watch the video of Frank Jensen’s interview to gain deeper insights into the future of generative buildings:
In ANE, we hope, that Frank Jensen’s ideas can inspire further dialogue on the crucial role of engineers and STEM professionals in shaping a more sustainable and regenerative future.
We invite you to join the conversation on LinkedIn using the hashtag #ListenToEngineers. Share your thoughts and perspectives on the role of engineers and STEM professionals in creating a sustainable, regenerative future.