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Corus Colors & CarbonNeutral Seminar: Developing a Low Carbon Strategy for the Commercial Built Environment

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The CarbonNeutral Company are hosting a series of seminars beginning in November. Corus Colors is co-hosting an event on Tuesday November 10th 2009 – details of the event and how to register your interest are outlined below:
Developing a Low Carbon Strategy for the Commercial Built Environment
Co-hosted with Corus Colors
With the global population doubling every 40 years there is a need to erect as many buildings in the next 50 years as in the last 5000. At the same time we face a global challenge to reduce carbon emissions by 80% by 2050 and increase energy efficiency from 10% to 25% per decade.
Within the construction industry’s scope of responsibility there is a great deal that can be done to address greenhouse gas emissions as we progress towards a low carbon economy. However, not all solutions are obvious or straightforward. This panel will take a holistic view of the built environment’s carbon footprint and explore the most cost-effective ways to reduce direct and indirect greenhouse gas emissions over time.
Speakers include:
John Connaughton, Partner, Davis Langdon LLP
Dave Taylor, Business Development Manager, Corus Colors
Simon Cox, Vice President, ProLogis
Peter Farmer, Director, 3DReid
Date:
Tuesday 10th November, 2009
8.00am for 8.15am start – 10.00am (breakfast provided)
Where:
Bonnington Rooms, 2/3 Bloomsbury Square, London WC1A 2RL
RSVP:
To reserve your place, please email aimee.mcintosh@carbonneutral.com
or call 0207 8336025
This event is free to attend but places are limited so booking is essential.

The CarbonNeutral Company are hosting a series of seminars beginning in November. Corus Colors is co-hosting an event on Tuesday November 10th 2009 – details of the event and how to register your interest are outlined below:

Developing a Low Carbon Strategy for the Commercial Built Environment

Co-hosted with Corus Colors

With the global population doubling every 40 years there is a need to erect as many buildings in the next 50 years as in the last 5000. At the same time we face a global challenge to reduce carbon emissions by 80% by 2050 and increase energy efficiency from 10% to 25% per decade.

Within the construction industry’s scope of responsibility there is a great deal that can be done to address greenhouse gas emissions as we progress towards a low carbon economy. However, not all solutions are obvious or straightforward. This panel will take a holistic view of the built environment’s carbon footprint and explore the most cost-effective ways to reduce direct and indirect greenhouse gas emissions over time.

Speakers include:

John Connaughton, Partner, Davis Langdon LLP

Dave Taylor, Business Development Manager, Corus Colors

Simon Cox, Vice President, ProLogis

Peter Farmer, Director, 3DReid

Date

Tuesday 10th November, 2009

8.00am for 8.15am start – 10.00am (breakfast provided)

Where

Bonnington Rooms, 2/3 Bloomsbury Square, London WC1A 2RL

RSVP

To reserve your place, please email aimee.mcintosh@carbonneutral.com

or call 0207 8336025

This event is free to attend but places are limited so booking is essential.

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