Getting to Zero – World Green Building Week #OurHeroIsZero
In order to mitigate against catastrophic climate change, carbon emissions from buildings need to be radically reduced. As construction industry professionals in London, we have a collective responsibility to contribute our expertise and engage in a process that puts London on the path to meeting these goals. To that end the London Energy Transformation Initiative (LETI) has been established to work collaboratively towards solutions that can enable a zero emissions future for London.
LETI formed following the successful ‘Fix London’s Broken Energy Policy’ workshop in May, that brought together over 100 diverse construction industry professionals to develop collaborative policy recommendations for a zero emissions London.
The ‘Getting to Zero’ report was published and submitted to the Mayor and the GLA, it draws together the recommendations suggested at the workshop. Four LETI working groups have formed, focusing on the key priorities that emerged in the workshop. These working groups will translate ideas from the workshop into tangible evidence based recommendations for energy policy.
1- Data Disclosure – Leader-Adam Mactavish – Currie & Brown
2- Better Performance Metrics – Leader- Thomas Lefevre – Etude
3- Decarbonising Heating and Energy- Leader-Amanda Stevenson – Capital and Counties
4- Delivery Mechanisms – Leader- Stephen Kent – CBRE
Download the ‘Getting to Zero report’
Our event is part of World Green Building Week #OurHeroIsZero. The event on 26th September will see each working group leader summarise their detailed robust recommendations for energy policy change. If you would like to find out more information or are interested in attending our World Green Building Week event, please contact Clara at firstname.lastname@example.org
Time: 18:00 - 21:00
Speaker: Clara Bagenal George, Adam Mactavish, Thomas Lefevre, Amanda Stevenson and Stephen Kent