In recent years, the built environment sector has shifted from a focus on operational carbon to a more holistic approach to sustainability. It is paramount to consider a complex array of factors in order to enable organisations to create healthier, resilient and more sustainable urban spaces.
In episode 14, our host Chris Peterson is joined by colleagues Ben Lynch, Director & Energy Systems Lead and Huw Blackwell, Principal Engineer to discuss the current trends, key drivers, challenges and opportunities in the built environment. They discuss the missed opportunities for greater impact, the low hanging fruit, and the long term benefits of embedding sustainability into the built environment.
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Get in touch with Chris Peterson on: Chris.Peterson@anthesisgroup.com
Useful links to learn more about sustainability and the built environment:
World Green Building Council: https://www.worldgbc.org/
UK Green Building Council: https://www.ukgbc.org/
Anthesis’ built environment consulting services: https://www.anthesisgroup.com/what-we-do/cities-environments/
Survey findings on returning to the workplace: https://www.theguardian.com/business/2020/aug/05/uk-office-workers-slower-to-return-to-their-desk-after-covid
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