EVENT: Climate Resilience of the built environment – Manchester

UKGBC members and the Greater Manchester Combined Authority will be discussing what the changing climate means for the built environment and what is being done to improve resilience.
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When

December 6, 2018
3:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Where

Central Manchester venue TBC

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Overview

UKGBC and the Greater Manchester Combined Authority are running this event to discuss the UKCP18 (UK Climate Projections), what Manchester is doing to increase resilience to climate change and to hear examples of how built environment businesses are adapting their assets and strategies.

There will be chances to pose questions to the speakers, help inform UKGBCs future work on this topic, and network with fellow professionals.

Speakers

  • Mark Atherton, Assistant Director Environment, Greater Manchester Combined Authority
  • Matt Ellis, Climate Resilience Officer, Greater Manchester Combined Authority
  • Peter Bradshaw, Climate Resilience Officer, Greater Manchester Combined Authority
  • Andy Sheppard, Associate – Sustainability, ARUP
  • Bev Taylor, Head of Energy, Bruntwood
  • Alastair Mant, Head of Business Transformation, UKGBC

This event is part of UKGBC’s current Climate Resilience project, which is funded by Innovate UK. You can find out more about the project here. 

With thanks to our sponsors:

  • InnovateUK