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The built environment's journey to Net Zero
This webinar was first broadcast on 21 February at 2.00PM GMT.

Wherever you are in the world and whether client, designer or contractor, sustainability must be at the top of your agenda. This session will focus on the process of sustainability - carbon measurement and its impact, and the need and benefit of carbon skills, for example.

Our speakers will share details of how they’re making their journey towards net zero.

The speakers:
• Guilherme Almeida, director of sustainability and high-performance design at architects Hickok Cole.
• Porie Saikia FCIOB, head of environment, energy and sustainability at the Metropolitan Transportation Authority of New York.
• Matthew Black, programme coordinator, Advancing Net Zero, at the World Green Building Council. The World Green Building Council promotes the uptake of sustainable built environments through a network of more than 70 Green Building Councils around the world.
• Richard Steer FCIOB, chairman of Gleeds. Richard supported RIBA to launch climate awareness lectures with the Princes Foundation and King Charles in the early 2000s and now drives sustainable practices throughout the business. Gleeds is currently advising on a vast infrastructure programme that is mitigating the effects of climate change in Peru, and the UK’s largest 100% electric net zero office development.
• Michael Yam, president of the Chartered Institute of Building.

This webinar is free to attend and qualifies for one hour's CPD credit for those that watch it before 21 March.
It is part of the Global Construction Summit; go to https://www.globalconstructionreview.com/global-construction-summit/ for more information.


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