Changing behaviours with Sean Hanson
30 November 2022 | 1 min read
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The 2050 target is getting closer, but clarity over exactly what organisations need to do to achieve net zero carbon remains hard to come by.
Designed to help clients navigate complexity, Building Sustainably: The Road to Net Zero explores real-life case studies to provide pragmatic advice and actionable takeaways. Covering a wide range of topics including how to fund, plan, design, and manage net zero programmes in the built environment, RPS is pleased to bring together public and private sector organisations to share knowledge, insight, and lessons learned.
Welcome to Series 1 of Building Sustainably: The Road to Net Zero. It’s estimated that 80% of the buildings in 2050 have already been built. And our first series starts here.
Exploring the decarbonisation challenge faced by owners and operators of large property estates, our host and Director of Programme Management, Chris Lavery, will cover when to retrofit, and when to build new, as well as how to prioritise investment, identify the right solutions, calculate cost and energy savings, and everything else along the way.
Jonas Hamann, Head of Business Development at Danfoss, joins Chris Lavery to discuss how heat networks can deliver an innovative, reliable, and green heating solution for buildings.
How do you create a decarbonisation culture across your organisation? We asked Jon Daley the questions on the RPS podcast Building sustainably: the road to net zero
Phil joins our host Chris Lavery to discuss how sustainable development can be achieved by building more simply, more efficiently, and more thoughtfully.
In this episode we welcome our Senior Project Manager, Liz Brown to talk with Chris Lavery about the sympathetic redevelopment and retrofit of Béton House, Park Hill, in Sheffield.
Maggie Bosanquet, Low Carbon Economic Development Team Leader at Durham County Council, joins Chris Lavery to discuss the council's sustainability strategy and climate change initiatives.
Chris is joined by Simon Bourke, Building Services UK and Healthcare Lead at RPS to discuss the challenges of retrofitting an existing hospital, and how to balance operational disruption with carbon reduction.