In this episode of the EG Property Podcast, EG editor Sam McClary is joined by Andrew Leiper, net zero carbon leader and principle engineer at Max Fordham, Louise Ellison, head of sustainability at Hammerson and chair of the Better Buildings Partnership and Steven Barrett, chief executive of SME developer Wholehomes, to talk about getting to net zero carbon in the small to medium enterprise environment.
It is a conversation that span everything from carrots and sticks, collaboration, costs, business imperatives and just how likely we are to solve the climate change problem.
Download a copy of Max Fordham's guide to net zero at: https://www.netzerocarbonguide.co.uk/
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