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Our talk for February will be presented by Mel Allwood, an Associate who will share her thoughts about “The Forgotten Many”. Contextualising her thinking around COP21,also known as the 2015 Paris Climate Conference, which seeks to achieve a legally binding and universal agreement on the climate, with the aim of keeping global warming below 2°C.

07/02/2017
When: Tuesday, February 7, 2017
8:00 AM
Where: Arup
No.8 Fitzroy Street
London W1T 4BQ
United Kingdom
Presenter: Mel Allwood
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“The Forgotten Many”

Our talk for February will be presented by Mel Allwood, an Associate who will share her thoughts about “The Forgotten Many”. Contextualising her thinking around COP21, also known as the 2015 Paris Climate Conference, which seeks to achieve a legally binding and universal agreement on the climate, with the aim of keeping global warming below 2°C.

Within this political discourse, Mel will ask what does this mean for the Buildings Industry. Whilst we have a number of glamorous, sexy buildings which espouse high sustainability credentials, there are the forgotten many that whilst lovingly designed, could be more efficient and help to deliver against this laudable target of below 2 degrees,by 2050.Mel will debate that with less than 33 years to go to make this significant step change how can we, as an industry seek to make a difference and enhance these forgotten many buildings.

Programme

Tuesday 7th February 2017

8:00am Registration & Breakfast
8.25am Talk, “The Forgotten Many”
8.50am Observations & Comments
9:10am Networking
9:30am Close

RSVP: Breakfastwitharup@arup.com by Thursday 2nd February 2017

Location:
Arup, No. 8 Fitzroy Street,London, W1T 4BQ
Nearest tube stations:Warren Street, Goodge Street & Oxford Circus

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Society for the Environment
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Rugby, UK, CV21 3HQ.
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