By The Nation
Highlighting the links between human and environmental well-being, a roster of international experts called for new approaches in business and planning, drawing on their expertise in fields including architecture, design, consumer experience, successful ageing and public health.
MQDC aims to spur a crucial shift in thinking amid rising global challenges, said Raj Tanta-Nanta, group president of DTGO Corp, the developer’s parent.
“MQDC is committed to building a better world, one focused on human well-being and environmental sustainability, the two values central to our guiding principle of ‘sustainnovation’,” he said.
“Our objective in launching this series of annual forums is to inspire people, reinforcing their determination to build a culture that puts well-being and sustainability at the centre of personal and professional life. This change is vital amid global issues such as aging populations, accelerating climate change, rising urbanisation, declining energy resources, and fading quality of life,” he added.