Building a carbon neutral London – an architects’ response

Wednesday 7 March 2018

13:15-13:45

EcoBuild, ExCeL London, Royal Victoria Dock, 1 Western Gateway, London E16 1XL

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The Mayor of London has set his ambitions to make London carbon neutral by 2050. What is the role of architects and those who design London in achieving carbon emissions targets? In the past 30 years the recognition of environmental challenges and, more recently, of climate change have become widely recognized, and new frameworks and policies have been put in place to address these issues. What have we been able to achieve so far, and how far do we still need to go?

In this talk, we will reflect on what crucial steps still need to be made and we will learn about inspiring projects that are supporting the view of a more sustainable future.   

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Marion Baeli, Associate, PDP London
Rab Bennetts, Founding Director, Bennetts Associates
Michael Jones, Senior Partner, Foster + Partners
Mike Taylor
, Senior Partner, Hopkins 
Peter Murray, Chairman, New London Architecture (Chair)

 

 

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