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New ICE research on the UK’s carbon emissions from infrastructure will be launched at this week's Unwin Lecture. Dr Jannik Giesekam, lead researcher and Carbon Project member, provides a sneak preview.
The Review also set out a series of influential recommendations, one of which was the creation of a new publicly accessible specification for carbon reduction: PAS 2080. Now used on a variety of projects, PAS 2080 and its accompanying guidance document provided a common language and framework for all industry actors to manage whole life carbon. In addition to driving changes in practice, the Review’s underlying dataset quantified emissions under the control and influence of different actors and economic infrastructure sectors.
Specifically, it set out a 2010 baseline for Capital Carbon, Operational Carbon and User Carbon emissions from Energy, Transport, Water, Waste and Communications assets. The results from this baseline assessment have echoed down through subsequent reports, standards, and the slides of countless events, such as Mott MacDonald’s annual Carbon Crunch, the Construction Climate Challenge and the ICE’s Global Engineering Congress.
Whether you recognised their origin or not, you’ve probably recently seen a graph or some big headline numbers based on the Infrastructure Carbon Review.
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