Building Zero Carbon Britain Conference – 21/11/19
08:00 – 16:30
Huxley Theatre + Bartlett Suite, ZSL London Zoo, Regents Park, London, NW1 4RY
Built Environment Networking
The inaugural Building Zero Carbon Britain Conference will bring together 250+ leaders from the property, construction, energy and infrastructure sectors together to discuss, debate and share the work and ideas they’re all undertaking to decrease their carbon emissions to ensure the construction industry helps to tackle climate change.
The recent ‘Net Zero: The UK’s Contribution to Stopping Global Warming Report’ outlined the importance of decreasing carbon emissions within the construction industry and this conference will explore future work that will be undertaken in regards to buildings, industry, waste, electricity and infrastructure. Whilst there will of course be many challenges to overcome to reach net zero there will also be many opportunities, and these will be presented and discussed during the course of the day.
You can be sure to walk away from this conference with a huge amount of new information, business cards and potential work opportunities as we delve into the major challenges facing the construction industry to achieve net zero – but also the opportunities this opens for firms looking to place themselves as a leading organisation as the industry looks to tackle the issues of climate change.
Through a series of exceptional panel discussions we’ll hear from the experts at the forefront of the conversation who’ll share their insider knowledge with the audience – alongside open Q&A using Slido for high audience participation. We’ll then delve into gripping presentations where leading developers will reveal how they’re looking to develop major new schemes to hit net zero, sharing best practice on past schemes but also looking at the future projects and how those with similar values and aims around zero carbon emissions can be involved.
The sessions for the conference include:
- Keynote Speeches
- Achieving Net Zero Q&A
- Industry, Waste & Infrastructure