Decarbonising the built environment through low-emissions technology and materials
Buildings make up to 20% of New Zealand’s carbon emissions
and with the recent COP26 Conference
acting as a catalyst to transforming nations into prosperous and low-emissions economies, it is time the building and construction sector reconsider how it interacts with the natural environment.
Gain the latest insights into the projects and initiatives involved in driving the decarbonisation of buildings across their lifecycle and discover how New Zealand is racing towards net zero carbon by 2050.
- Unpack the decarbonisation policies and reforms in place to accelerate sustainability within the country’s cities and regions
- Balance project costs and efficiently meet net zero targets through exploring alternative sustainable materials and building models
- Deliver smarter, healthier and more sustainable buildings through leveraging emerging technology and innovative products
Hear how New Zealand Green Building Council, Westpac New Zealand and the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment are working towards future-thinking buildings for generations to appreciate.