Green and Clean energy debate at Ecobuild
Green and Clean energy debate
Jonathon Porritt will host Green and Clean: the great future energy debate at Ecobuild, discussing how to combine future energy security with sustainability.
Green and Clean: the great future energy debate at Ecobuild on Tuesday 20 March considers how, when the UK Government could be regarded as ambivalent about nuclear and half-hearted about renewables, we can combine future energy security with sustainability, and formulate an energy strategy for the 21st century at a cost the country is prepared to afford.
It’s just one of the topical and thought-provoking sessions at this year’s Ecobuild conference which sees hundreds of highly regarded commentators take to the stage.
Hear from Greg Dyke on Climate change - whose responsibility is it anyway?, Monty Don on Growing out of trouble - how social enterprise can help restore society, Janet Street Porter on Who predicted a riot? How to rebuild more sustainable communities and more.
Also at Ecobuild:.
* the world’s biggest showcase of sustainable construction products - over 1,500 exhibitors and hundreds of new product launches.
* hundreds of seminars - Sustainability and the city, Refurbishing Britain, InstallerConnect, Designing and building with passivhaus principles, and more.
* dozens of inspiring and interactive attractions including the recently announced LoCaL house and Finnish log home.
* other highlights from Ecobuild’s exhibitors and partners - RIBA CPD sessions, the UKGBC big tent, Inspiring great places from the Landscape Institute, and many more.
Visit the website to get your free ticket. Ecobuild on at London’s ExCeL on Tuesday 20 – Thursday 22 March
Ecobuild 2013 also includes over 1,100 speakers, 180 conference and seminar sessions, plus 1,000’s of key products on show - get your free tickets today.
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