Latest half day conference on the net zero transition to take place in London on the morning of 25th September
BusinessGreen has today confirmed the date for the next Towards Net Zero Leaders Briefing, which will take place on Wednesday 25th September and will offer readers and subscribers invaluable insight into how deep decarbonisation is reshaping the buildings and infrastructure we all rely on.
The half day conference will bring together a host of expert speakers to build on the success of BusinessGreen's previous two Towards Net Zero Leaders Leaders Briefings on the rapid transformations underway in the fields of Transport and Energy. The full speaker line up for the latest conference will be confirmed in the coming weeks.
The Towards Net Zero series of events is free to attend for all BusinessGreen members, while readers and subscribers can book their place and take advantage of an early bird rate from today.
The latest event will explore how buildings and infrastructure are critical to the success of the net zero transition and ask how the wider business community can help accelerate the development and deployment of a zero carbon built environment.
It will provide sustainability executives, investors, and other key stakeholders with an overview of the policy, technology, and commercial trends they will need to navigate as the building and infrastructure sectors seek to decarbonise.
"Buildings and infrastructure are at the heart of the net zero transition and are integral to the success of any business," said BusinessGreen editor-in-chief James Murray. "But for many organisations it remains a sector that is too easy to ignore, despite the huge commercial advantages and environmental benefits well managed green buildings can bring. Our latest Leaders Briefing will provide an essential overview on how the net zero transition will shape this most important of sectors."
The latest Towards Net Zero Leaders Briefing will form part of a busy programme of events this autumn, including the annual BusinessGreen Leaders Summit on October 23rd and the soon to be announced BusinessGreen Technology Festival and Awards.
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