Change one thing, change the future
We need to adopt zero carbon materials across the built environment if we are to meet the government's 2050 net zero carbon targets. Find out more from Jane Wernick of engineersHRW why using innovative materials is vital in tackling climate change #Futurebuild2020
Collaboration is key if we are to create a sustainable, carbon neutral environment. We need to share ideas, advice and processes and change our ways of working to tackle the biggest challenges across the sector. Find out more from Lynne Ceeney of Lytton Consulting.
We asked leading circular economy expert, Duncan Baker-Brown, what one change he would make to change the future of the built environment.
His answer? Deconstruction and reduction of waste - simple!
If you could change one thing to change the future of the built environment, what would it be?
Hear from Innovate UK's Deputy Challenge Director on what change he would make.
We're asking experts and leading lights from across the built environment to define what innovation means to them. Here, Duncan Baker-Brown shares his thought. If you have innovations to showcase that can affect positive change in the industry, become a part of Futurebuild 2020 today.
There’s no question that in order to make a difference across industry we need to have the courage to embrace change.
Find our more from Katya Veleva of Archilizer on what innovation means to her and the challenges she has faced trying to implement it.