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Focus on Glasgow COP26 – net zero carbon project integrity, online


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Add to Calendar 02-12-2021 13:00 02-12-2021 14:00 false Europe/London Focus on Glasgow COP26 – net zero carbon project integrity, online We are familiar with the intent of Net Zero Carbon in our industry, but what does it mean for project delivery? At this event we will examine this question from the perspective of both the consultant and the client, and consider how Net Zero project integrity can be achieved
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  • 02 December 2021
  • 13:00 - 14:00 (UK time)
Industrial plant spitting out smoke: courtesy Shutterstock

About this event

Developers and public sector clients increasingly want to be able to promote the Net Zero credentials of any built environment project.  The first part of this event will consider what this means in practice and the role of the consultant in Net Zero project delivery.
The practical reality of a local authority’s journey to Net Zero may include using consultants and contractors in the context of carbon reduction obligations on a project. When and why might this happen? In the second section we will look at how consultants and contractors can provide value to this process as well as the changing nature of what may be expected of them in securing work.

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Matthew Farrow


Matthew Farrow is Director of Policy at the Association for Consultancy & Engineering (ACE) and its sister organisation, the Environmental Industries Commission (EIC).  In this role he is responsible for ACE/EIC policy across a wide range of issues including net zero; procurement; natural capital and smart cities.  Previously, Matthew was Executive Director at the EIC, and has also held senior policy roles at the Environmental Services Association and at the CBI, where he was Head of Energy & Environment and oversaw CBI support for the 2008 Climate Change Act.

Sam Ibbott

East Renfrewshire Council

Sam Ibbott is Climate Change Officer at East Renfrewshire Council, in the Glasgow City Region. He has many years’ experience in policy and legislative development at national, devolved nation and local authority levels. He started his career working in Westminster (inc. work on the original Climate Change Act) before moving on to the civil service. He subsequently spent over ten years working in trade associations representing the environmental technologies and services sector, and also the infrastructure and built environment sectors. His current role at East Renfrewshire is focused on the writing of a new ‘Get to Zero’ climate strategy and action plan.   

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Lynn Dow

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