RICS - The Great Debate: one future, one planet POSTPONED
As a result of the continuing spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) and its impact on the current working patterns of our alumni in the UK, RICS have taken the decision to postpone this event to a later date, to be confirmed. Please contact RICS directly if you have any questions about booking.
|Date||17 June 2020|
|Time||16:30-19:00 (Timezone: Europe/London)|
|Venue||Henley Business School, Whiteknights Campus|
Join RICS, RTPI, CIOB, RIBA, Women in Property & LISE for The Great Debate, as we discuss the future of the built environment. Hosted at the University of Reading, in Henley Business School.
The Great Debate: one future, one planet
Hosted at Henley Business School G11, University of Reading.
17:30 - Registration
18:00 - Debate Starts
20:00 - Event Finish
Join RICS, RTPI, CIOB, RIBA, Women in Property & LISE for The Great Debate, as we discuss the future of the built environment.
By 2050, our sector needs to reduce its carbon emissions by 84 billion tonnes. It’s a big challenge, but the industry is responding.
The World Green Building Council (WGBC) and International Energy Agency have estimated that, to limit global warming to less than 2°C, the built environment sector needs to cut its carbon footprint by 84 billion tonnes. Emissions from existing stock must be reduced by 80%, and all new development must be net zero energy by 2050.
Meeting those targets would require a radical rethink, not just of how we build and refurbish, but also of how properties are funded, valued, procured and managed.
Our panel will discuss the opportunities, challenges and expectations for our sector and how we can make a difference to the future of our planet.
Full panel to be announced shortly.
Please book via RICS Website.
Prices start from £15 for RICS Professionals, and all attendees will need to create a RICS account to book online, if you have any issues please contact the RICS sales team on +44 247 686 8555 who can book you over the phone or email email@example.com.