Parliamentary Policy Discussion
‘De-carbonising construction: timber’s role in a sustainable built environment’
Wednesday 26th March 2014, 12:45 – 14:15
Dining Room C, House of Commons
Kindly hosted by Roger Williams CBE MP, Chair of the Liberal Democrat Parliamentary Party Committee on Environment, Food and Rural Affairs
Among the key themes to be discussed will be:
• To what degree can the timber industry contribute towards, reducing emissions from the built environment, while preserving biodiversity, and providing support for the rural economy, manufacturing and construction?
• What needs to be done in order to reach the required figures for new sustainable house-building, and what role should timber play?
• What lessons are there to be learnt from overseas?
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