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Green Recovery: The Built Environment

Green Recovery: The Built Environment

Green Recovery: The Built Environment

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Online Conference | Green Recovery: The Built Environment
Thursday 11th February, 2021
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Whilst the coronavirus pandemic has had devastating consequences for lives and livelihoods, from the obvious health impacts down to economic, it has also substantially cut emissions and produced environmental benefits.

Retaining this benefit and realising it as an opportunity to push the green agenda further is key to the sustainable future of the U.K., and an opportunity the Government is indeed taking. In Johnson’s own words, the U.K. is looking to “Build Back Better”.

For the first time, bringing together colleagues across the spectrum of the built environment sector, join us to discuss, understand and contribute towards this sector’s green agenda and revolution. 

Hear from experts on the immediate reforms the sector faces, case studies showcasing the best practice in current leading green technologies and projects and the next steps the sector needs to take to understand how you can contribute towards this sectors sustainable future in your own setting.

Confirmed Speakers include: 

  • Sarah Kostense-Winterton, Chair, The Energy Efficiency Infrastructure Group
  • Duncan Baker-Brown, Climate Literacy Champion, University of Brighton & Director, BBM Sustainable Design Ltd (event chair)
  • Dr Nick White, Principal Adviser – Net Gain, Natural England
  • Lord Deben, Chairman, The Committee on Climate Change
  • Catriona Brady, Head of Better Places for People and Strategic Planning Lead, World Green Building Council
  • Audrey Nugent, Head of Advocacy, Europe Regional Network, World Green Building Council
  • Cllr Sally Longford, Deputy Leader & Portfolio Holder for Energy, Environment and Democratic Services, Nottingham City Council
  • Cllr Afzal Shah, Cabinet lead for Climate, Ecology and Sustainable Growth, Bristol City Council

Read the full agenda here.

Thursday 11th February 2021
10:00 - 15:00
Online Conference

To secure your place please, click here.

Date & time
11/02/2021 10:00 - 15:00
Location
Online Conference
Bookings & info

Public Sector: £195 (2+ tickets £145)
Private Sector: £345
All prices +VAT

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