Creating sustainable educational estates; the time to act is now. How ready are you?
The event has now closed.
If you were unable to attend, or would like to watch the recording back or share it with your colleagues, you can view it here.
On 26 May, this was the topic on the table as our chair Jane O’Leary, ISG’s strategic advisor for education, was joined by an exciting panel of sustainability’s most knowledgeable experts for a thought-provoking discussion: John French, fellow and senior advisor, Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL), University of Cambridge; Phil Kelly, director and head of department for sustainable solutions, Ramboll; Tim Davies, director, Waterman Building Services and Peter Kelly, group director of sustainable operations, ISG.
With findings from ISG’s ‘Sustainable Buildings Monitor’ research report at the heart of the debate, our panel shared their insights on what must be done to drive the radical change in behaviour needed to realise a zero-carbon future, and what the net zero challenge means for the UK’s education sector.
If you would like to download the report, or were unable to attend the event and would like to watch the recording back or share it with your colleagues, you can do so by visiting ISG’s ‘Sustainable Buildings Monitor’ page.