On Monday 18th October, in the build up to COP26, UKCRIC sponsored The Livery Climate Action Group (LCAG) launch event. In an effort to support reduced carbon emissions by limiting travel, the Launch, was an interactive virtual event. The event showcased Livery Company activities relevant to COP26 objectives.
UKCRIC and University of Edinburgh’s Professor Gordon Masterton spoke at the event on behalf of the Worshipful Company of Engineers
Livery Companies tackling climate change will be able to take action sooner and more effectively by learning from the knowledge and experience in LCAG’s self help network of like-minded companies working together toward a common goal. Hear more from Gordon
As part of the Launch event, the LCAG, with fact checking support from UKCRIC, published a series The Property Guidance Notes covering the following topics:
The LCAG website launched at the event, provides further details of LCAG resources, activities, events and actions in response to climate change. This includes the full video recording of the Launch Event.
Infrastructure Pathways website Launch
The Infrastructure Pathways website is a resource for Infrastructure Practitioners produced through a collaboration between The Resilience Shift and International Coalition for Sustainable Infrastructure.
UKCRIC supported the project by providing expert input as part of the Technical and User Panels. Infrastructure Pathways Project Director, Savina Carluccio, introduces the Infrastructure Pathways project in a recent blog: The golden thread of resilience guidance, tools and standards (and metrics)
Net Zero Infrastructure Industry Coalition Website Coming Soon.
UKCRIC, working in collaboration with Mott MacDonald, Skanska, National Grid, Anglian Water, UKGBC, TfL is a Founding Member of the Net Zero Infrastructure Industry Coalition (NZIIC). Plans for a dedicated website for the Coalition are well advanced. In the meantime all NZIIC reports to date are available via the UKCRIC website:
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