In this EG podcast, deputy editor Tim Burke is joined by guests working across the built environment to discuss the challenges of ensuring that new and old buildings alike are helping to address, rather than add to, the climate crisis – as well as what message the industry should take from growing voices of protest such as Extinction Rebellion.
Listen in to hear insights from
Marco Abdallah, head of engineering, Drees & Sommer
Matthew Brundle, associate director, Evora Global
Louise Ellison, group head of sustainability, Hammerson
Sarah Ratcliffe, CEO, Better Buildings Partnership
Gordon Roy, district surveyor and environmental resilience director, City of London Corporation
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Duties, penalties and best practice – top tips for company directors
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Infrastructure – Building a Britain fit for the future
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Where is the opportunity in the Oxford-Cambridge Arc?
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People and skills driving the change
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The Property Mediators on the benefits of mediation, the joys of collaboration and their new transactional offering
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