03-05 March 2020 / ExCeL, London
Tue & Wed 10:00 – 18:00, Thu 10:00 – 16:00



  • The impending global threat of climate change has seen a surge in attempts to adopt sustainable practices across a multitude of industries and sectors. The UK construction industry faces the challenge of expanding production whilst making ambitious greenhouse gas emission reductions. We need your help! Can you spare 6 minutes to complete a survey on the use of more sustainable and ‘circular’ building materials?
  • British building regulations need to tighten up so we build better and healthier buildings, explains Will Kirkman, managing director at Ecomerchant

  • We operate in a fragmented industry and we must raise our game. Clear reporting by companies could serve to transparently build up trust
  • Despite a turbulent summer, we shouldn't lose faith in our ability to tackle the climate crisis, argues Green MEP Molly Scott Cato
  • Stephanie Canham considers the changing climate on funding issues for MMC and modular construction

  • Bank of England governor says efforts to reverse global warming will lead to 'major changes' in UK economy

  • Seeking underdeveloped urban sites and building on brownfield must be paired with genuine commitment to tackling the shortage

  • What will a Johnson premiership mean for construction?

  • Britain is at the forefront of the fight to protect the environment with world-class designers and engineers – but we need more government action
  • Details are needed on subsidy level, and how the job will actually get done
  • If we are to make really interesting places it will take collaboration - and risk, says Martyn Evans
  • Head of Communications and Policy Julia Hawkins spoke to Sky News yesterday about the Committee on Climate Change's damning new progress report. Here she gives her thoughts on how real progress can be made at home

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