Green Sky Thinking is a week-long series of free sustainability-focused events for the built environment and property professionals, showcasing practical solutions to greening London’s built environment. Over 50 events are being hosted in London which includes on-site and live project talks, seminars and roundtable discussions to promote the construction and use of sustainable buildings.
Some highlights include:
Sustainability in Construction with:
Mace, Make Architects and British Land host a collaborative event looking at responsible sourcing through design and procurement.
CIRIA’s “Industrial Strategy for Construction” (2013) provides a vision for the construction industry in 2025.
Atelier Ten ask how we cut the CO2 out of construction
Brookfield Multiplex host a construction site tour of Aldgate Tower project
Future of London’s field trip showcases effective consultation in housing, urban space and facilities
Sustainability in Practice with:
Essentia a leading NHS Foundation Trust with British Gas and GLA showcase delivering resilience and efficiency in the NHS.
Argent and Hoare Lea reflect on businesses sustainability objectives within their occupied office space.
Peabody highlights its work in supporting of residents and employees in improving their environment.
Mott MacDonald assesses the FM of exemplar Queen Mary University’s award winning GE Fogg building.
Green Sky Thinking is free to attend but booking is essential. For full programme listing and booking details visit the website: www.greenskythinking.org.uk