Decarbonising the built environment

12 April @ 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
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The National Engineering Policy Centre, the Net Zero Infrastructure Industry Coalition and the cross-sector group who recently published Our Vision for the Built Environment are jointly hosting an online panel discussion on the growing impetus and top priorities to decarbonise the built environment. This event aims to bring together key stakeholders from across the built environment to build a shared understanding of and promote key actions and enablers that are needed reach net zero.

Our expert panel of speakers will explore what is needed for a well-supported transition, giving the community of stakeholders confidence and the opportunity to advocate for it.

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12 April
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