Time: 15.00-16.30 CET / 9.00-10.30 ET
As world leaders convene for the COP26 in Glasgow, this event zooms in on the unique opportunity that economic recovery and new national infrastructure plans create for fast-tracking the green transition. Buildings and their construction are tough sectors to decarbonize, but we need them more than ever to get ready for the green transition. The good news is there is a lot we can do for these sectors with energy efficiency technologies available today.
We are bringing key stakeholders from business and government to the table to discuss opportunities and challenges:
- What concrete measures can we take to make our cities more energy efficient?
- What would an ideal policy framework look like to accelerate the adoption of truly sustainable technologies in existing and new building stock?
- How can we make construction sites more sustainable and reduce CO2 emissions?
- Proved cases showing benefits of greening buildings and construction
In other words: Let’s utilize the potential in infrastructure to kickstart the green transition.
Speakers at this event :
Ms. Martina Otto (confirmed), Head of Cities Unit & Head of Secretariat, Global Alliance for Buildings and Division, UN Environment Programme
Mr. Kjell Stroem (confirmed), Regional President, North Europe Region, Danfoss
Mr. Poul-Erik Olsen (confirmed), Director of Sales, Marketing & Sustainability, BARSLUND
More speakers will be announced soon.