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i3P Carbon Conference 6th November 2019 presentation links

i3P’s Carbon Conference Agenda & Presentation links


Welcome and Introductions – Tim Embley i3P Conference Chair


Client Leadership: Transforming to a carbon neutral economy

i3P Leadership Statement – Rob Ewen – Heathrow, i3P Co Chair

Enabling Global Commitment – Magnus Bäärnhielm – Construction Climate Challenge


Industry collaboration: Unlocking the barriers and developing capacity

Research collaboration to Industrial Impact – Dr Matthew Brander – University of Edinburgh

Implementing carbon management:

Within Organisation – Kathi Kaesehage & David Jackson University of Edinburgh

Tideway Case Study – Darren White & Charlotte Hills – Tideway

CITT: The Costain Journey – Dr Noemi Arena


Showcasing frameworks and embedding in industry

Optimising design tools for low carbon outcomes – Jon Casey -Atkins, i3P

RSSB Tool – Lauren Brown – RSSB

PAS 2080 evolution and BSI consultation – Maria Manidaki – Mott MacDonald

Embodied or whole-of life carbon calculators – David Jackson & Roberto Rossi University of Edinburgh


Enabling the industry to demonstrate impact through data & Measurement

How UK infrastructure Sector get aligned to support the transition to a low carbon Economy – Dominic Burbridge – Carbon Trust

Carbon Infrastructure Transformation Tool – Sandeep Jain – EMT

Supply Examples – Lynch GAP Speedy


The carbon business opportunity

Carbon reduction & Heathrow Expansion – Rob Ewen – Heathrow

Collaboration in the supply chain – David Jackson – University of Edinburgh

Building a net zero Economy – Sam Friggens – Mott McDonald

Maxwell Centre – Dr Aga Iwasiewicz-Wabnig – Cambridge University


The slido output from the day is available here.




One Response to “i3P Carbon Conference 6th November 2019 presentation links”

  1. Fantastic event! Thanks to Construction Climate Challenge, CITT research Team, the Carbon Trust, Volvo, i3P (KTN) and a special mention to Costain for organising a truly humbling experience.
    Look out for my comprehensive conference write up, including next steps, to be published soon.
    Glad to see someone took a key action (that I might have had something to do with) =Reduce paper!!

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