Meeting the RIBA 2030 Climate Challenge Targets: The Ultimate Toolkit for Architects

Join us for an online training course in two parts to help architects work towards achieving effective measures for meeting RIBA 2030 Climate Challenge Targets.

This training course sold out quickly when held in September, so book now to secure your place!

Session 1 | 10 November 2020, 9am to 12pm
Session 2 | 17 November 2020, 9am to 12pm
Both sessions must be attended.

The Covid-19 pandemic has highlighted what can happen when we do not live in harmony with our natural eco-systems.

This, together with the ever increasing awareness about climate change and all the local, national and international declarations to move towards a zero-carbon world has reaffirmed that we have to make systemic and permanent changes to the way the construction industry operates.

Buildings make a significant contribution to global carbon emissions and architects are in a strong position to make positive changes to address this. Given the scale of the challenges, it is essential to give architects and other building professionals a clear direction on the issues but also a set of tools so that they can feel confident to take action.

Following its 2030 Climate Challenge in June 2019, the RIBA has developed progressive yet realistic ten-year targets for operational energy use, embodied carbon, potable water and health and wellbeing.

To help architects work towards achieving effective measures, the RIBA and The Green Register are offering a unique and innovative, online training course to be held in September and November. This 2 part, full-day event will present an analysis of all four 2030 Climate Challenge targets from experts in the industry, together with workshops so that delegates can examine each topic in more depth.

RIBA Chartered Practices who have already signed up to the RIBA 2030 Climate Challenge get a discounted rate. Join and get your discount today.

Agenda

10 November 09.00-12.00

08.40 Event screen opens

08.55 Welcome - Lucy Pedler, The Green Register

09.00 Designing for the Next Decade – Mina Hasman, SOM

09.15 Talk 1: Operational Energy – Sophia Barker, Max Fordham

09.55 Breakout session 1

10.15 Feedback from delegates of each breakout group/open discussion with speaker

10.35 5 minute 'comfort break'

10.40 Talk 2: Embodied Carbon – Simon Sturgis, Targeting Zero

11.20 Breakout session 2

11.40 Feedback from delegates of each breakout group/open discussion with speaker

12.00 Close

17 November 09.00-12.00

08.40 Event screen opens

08.55 Welcome - Lucy Pedler, The Green Register

09.00 Designing for the Next Decade – Mina Hasman, SOM

09.15 Talk 3: Best Practice Health Metrics – Benjamin Roberts, Atkins Global

09.55 Breakout session 3

10.15 Feedback from delegates of each breakout group/open discussion with speaker

10.35 5 minute 'comfort break'

10.40 Talk 4: Potable Water Use, Cath Hassell, ech2o

11.20 Breakout session 4

11.40 Feedback from delegates of each breakout group/open discussion with speaker

12.00 Close

BOOKINGS DETAILS:-

To book and see an overview of all events:  https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/meeting-the-riba-2030-climate-challenge-targets-the-ultimate-toolkit-nov20-tickets-109953905090

Note:

The Green Register are fully supporting and involved in this series of events, however the booking process, event content and pricing are dealt with externally via the RIBA at architecture.com.  

This event is held in partnership with:

When
November 10th, 2020 8:40 AM through November 17th, 2020 12:00 PM
Location
Online Training
United Kingdom

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