Webinar: Achieving a sustainable built environment: Learning from the leaders

6 March 2019

Webinar: Achieving a sustainable built environment: Learning from the leaders - edie.net

Following the publication of edie's insight report which investigated the future of sustainable construction, this one-hour webinar brings together industry leaders and experts to discuss the various challenges and opportunities facing low-carbon, resource-efficient construction.

Construction is entering a dynamic new era. Reinvigorated by unprecedented technological advancements and game-changing energy innovations, the sector now has a unique opportunity to ensure that green business lies at the very core of the industry’s future progress. 

This webinar is dedicated to the firms within the sector that are adapting, innovating and collaborating to achieve a sustainable future. From resource-efficient processes to more sustainable business models – this webinar has got it covered. 

Sponsored by Reconomy, the webinar will draw on some of the exclusive findings and best-practice case studies contained within edie’s latest Mission Possible sector insight report which explore the future of sustainability in construction.

Discussion points:

  • Making sustainable energy generation and consumption a strategic priority
  • Transitioning from extractive industrial models to resource-efficient processes
  • The crucial roles of innovation and collaboration




Matt Mace

Content Editor, edie.net




Simon Tranter,

Head of sustainability, Willmott Dixon


Alastair Mant,

Head of Business Transformation, the UK Green Building Council (UKGBC)

Isabel McAllister,

Responsible Business Director, Mace


Jamie Roberts,

Director of Managed Accounts, Reconomy


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