Chief Environmental Adviser

Dr. Tia Kansara

Tia Kansara is a multi-award winning green entrepreneur, writer and speaker who is dedicating her life’s work to foster a global movement that recognises the world’s limitless abundance. Her work on sustainable cities and wellbeing have made her a leading voice on environment issues.

She is the youngest to ever receive the Royal Institute British Architects honorary fellowship and was hailed amongst the Top 100 most influential leaders in Tech by the Financial Times and Inclusive Boards, her clients include Coca Cola, Bloomberg, the European Commission, Forbes, Formula One, MIT, and Siemens. In 2012, Tia was invited to present her views to President Hollande and Ban Ki Moon on the UN initiative: Sustainable Energy for All and has since worked closely with the Abu Dhabi government to deliver manageable energy reductions in the built environment, presenting her findings at the World Future Energy Summit, Abu Dhabi.

Tia is the CEO of Replenish Earth, the first Net Positive certified company in the UK, and the Co-Founder of Kansara Hackney Ltd, the first ISO-certified sustainable lifestyle consultancy. Tia is a globally recognised keynote speaker on topics ranging from sustainable cities, business performance, to health and wellbeing. She has been hosted by Google, the World Happiness Foundation, to the prestigious Indian Institute of Technology to name a few.

As a qualified economist and future cities thought leader, she also shares her expertise through her advisory services, where she has worked with multi-national institutions and policy- makers such as the UNFCCC, The British Council, The Economic Times of India, and the Royal Family of Bhutan. More recently at COP28 she hosted the Resilience Lab pavilion, a UNFCCC initiative, and is involved with manifesting COP29.

At Earth 300, Tia helps drive ideas around collective action and the global commons, and is a keen promoter and champion of Earth 300’s focus on inspiring ecological awareness in all.




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