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Footprint's 5 things to do this week

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This week’s events include the launch of the latest Zero Carbon Britain report and a talk on how to achieve BREEAM Outstanding

Zero Carbon Britain

Zero Carbon Britain

When 16 July

The Centre for Alternative Technology is launching its third Zero Carbon Britain report. The last report launched in 2010, and since then the economic situation has worsened, negotiations on climate change have stalled, and the need for mitigation is becoming a more pressing issue.


Future proofing cities

Belgorod city

When 17 July, 8am

Where 29th Floor, Euston Tower, London, NW1 3AT

This event, held in collaboration between Atkins and Women in Sustainable Construction & Property (WSCP) will look at how we future proof cities against rapid urbanisation.


BRE Perspectives

AHMM Google

When 18 July, 3.30pm

Where Royal Academy of Engineering, London

The first lecture in the BRE Perspectives series will focus on what it takes to achieve BREEAM Outstanding, and will include presentations for AHMM on their designs for the Google HQ at King’s Cross.


Offshore Renewables

When 18 July, 6.30pm

Where The Building Centre

Held as part of ‘The Engineering Club’, this talk looks at the viability of offshore renewables. Seamus Garvey, professor at the University of Nottingham, will look at the obstacles to significant use of offshore renewables and the alternative approaches.


The AJ CPD Portal


Take the latest in The AJ’s series of CPDs. Improve your knowledge as a specifier of drainage elements to help manage the risks associated with hygiene and corrosion.





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