EVENT: Whole Life Carbon Roadmap Stakeholder Series: Infrastructure Clients, Owners and Designers
Join us for an interactive workshop exploring the Net Zero Whole Life Carbon Roadmap Stakeholder Action Plans, to better understand how to implement the key immediate actions recommended, learn from industry leaders and peers, and give your insight into common challenges to help shape UKGBC’s future work.
This is part of a series of workshops focusing on the key stakeholders identified within the Whole Life Carbon Roadmap (the Roadmap) with the aim of empowering all stakeholders across the built environment sector to play their part in achieving the Roadmap’s goals.
The Roadmap, launched in November 2021, aims to outline a common vision and agree upon industry-wide actions for achieving net zero carbon in the construction, operation, and demolition of buildings and infrastructure by 2050 in the UK.
Within the Roadmap, 14 stakeholder groups are identified as having a key role to play in the transition to net zero, all of which have bespoke Stakeholder Action Plans listing actions to implement immediately, by outcomes to achieve 2025 and by 2030. This interactive workshop aims to explore some of the key actions for the Infrastructure Clients, Owners and Designers, including key challenges to address to drive uptake of these actions.
During the session, you can expect to:
- Have a quick recap on the Roadmap and the key actions for the listed stakeholder groups
- Hear from organisations representing these stakeholder groups how they have already (or have plans in place to) adopt these recommendations, and progress made
- Have the opportunity to discuss key challenges and barriers, and how to accelerate action
Who should attend?
- Infrastructure Clients
- Infrastructure Owners
- Infrastructure Designers
Speakers and Hosts
- Kat Scott, Sustainability & Regenerative Design Manager at dRMM Studio
- Sarah Jolliffe, Environmental Sustainability Business Partner at BAM
- Owen Tarrant, Programme Manager at Environment Agency
- Beatriz Garcia-Navarro, Carbon Specialist at HS2