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Our popular Bite Size training sessions continue in Bristol, with a session from Craig Jones from Circular Ecology.
Over the last decade interest in carbon footprinting and embodied carbon assessment has increased significantly. But what does 1 tonne of CO2 really mean? Where does this carbon come from? How can we place it into a real world perspective? And what can we do to reduce it?
About the Speaker:
In 2012 Craig featured at number 14 in Building Design (BD) magazine’s list of “the UK’s top 50 green leaders”. He is best known as the author of the Inventory of Carbon & Energy (ICE) database from the University of Bath – an embodied energy and carbon database for building materials that has been downloaded by over 15,000 people from around the world. Craig provided the data to carbon footprint the construction of the London 2012 Olympics and tailored an embodied energy and carbon database for the $22 billion Masdar city in Abu Dhabi, which aspires to be the first zero carbon, zero waste and car free city. He wrote the first book dedicated to embodied carbon in construction and has a broad and deep experience of carbon footprinting.
What did delegates say about previous Bite Size sessions?
"The micro session idea is brilliant as full days can be very, very difficult"
"Excellent coverage for both established Green Register members and novices"
"Informed recommendations and some myths debunked"
"Lots of stuff I didn’t know! Enjoyed the interactive format"
More about Bite Size sessions
The Green Register's Bite Size sessions offer a brand new, flexible route to Green Register membership through a series of shorter training sessions designed to give concise training at a time to suit busy working professionals. Attend 6 sessions to qualify for membership.
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