13-14 October 2022
Celtic Manor Resort, Newport
Who is responsible for making sure that a building project delivers on sustainability – the designer, the contractor, the client? Or is it everyone who is involved in the project, right from the project’s inception team, through to the people who are involved in its demolition?
If the construction industry is going to meet the target of net zero carbon by 2050, then sustainable practices and techniques need to be applied at all project stages; and it is the responsibility of all professionals to embed sustainability into their roles to minimise the risks to the environment. This is not going to be an easy change and it will require a significant shift in mindset and culture for us all.
As we begin to tackle these challenges industry specialists including the Welsh Minister for Climate Change, Julie James MS, Head of Energy and Sustainability at Trowers & Hamlins, Chris Paul, and TrustMarks, Chief Executive Officer, Simon Ayers will be joining the speaker line up at the Embedding Sustainability Conference – 13-14 October, Celtic Manor, Newport. Where they will be exploring the climate energy impact, looking at how the construction industry needs to play its part in reducing its impact on the environment, and at the wider economic risks and opportunities.
The collaborative style of this conference will see expert panels interacting with a wide range of construction professionals, including those working in building control, building surveying and architectural design, allowing the industry to delve deeper into the issues that are affecting the whole of the construction sector.
If we are going to reverse climate change and protect the planet for future generations, we need to embed sustainability now. By joining us this October, you will discover how you can make the changes that are so desperately needed.
Conference tickets are on sale now at cbuilde/com/cabeconf2022