Debate 45 - Cutting carbon at any cost?

Thursday, September 8th, 2011 | Debates

The Edge debate held in Bristol was the first in a series of CIBSE Presidential debates to be held across the country during 2011-12. The debate focused on the twin challenges of reducing emissions from buildings by 80% by 2050 while reducing the costs of new buildings by 20% rather sooner.

edge_cibsedebate45_300x122Debate held: 8 September 2011
Arup, Bristol

Chair:
Andy Ford - CIBSE President, and Mott MacDonald Fulcrum

Speakers:
Bill Bordass – Usable Buildings Trust
Prof Doug King – King Shaw Associates
Mike Roberts – Ambassador UKGBC, and Director of Vertigo SDC

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Notes of the debate (pdf)

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