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Zero Carbon Challenge: Crowd Sourcing the University of London's Zero Carbon Strategy

A One Day Conference on Friday 12th October, bringing together decision makers at the top universities with leaders in zero carbon architecture, consultation, design and evaluation.

Future design of Senate House Cross Section
Proposed future Senate House development

Many UK universities such as Kings College London, Bristol and the University of London are aiming to make their campuses zero carbon in the next 20 years. To achieve this goal they require new and innovative approaches to both new build design and major renovations of existing and historic buildings. The aim of the conference is to develop innovative approaches to achieve these goals within real world parameters.

The morning will feature presentations of the plans universities have to reach zero carbon as well as the successes they have had and difficulties they have encountered working toward these goals. The afternoon will run as a series of roundtable discussions bringing together the university and industry professionals in the room to develop targets and plans to achieve the University of London’s Zero Carbon goal. 

As well as offering a great opportunity to meet and impress the key decision makers from over 30 UK universities, following the event, the University of London will publish a report of the day featuring a directory of services provided by the attending companies along with their contact details. This report will be shared with all the attendees and among the 300+ members of the EAUC network (the member association supporting Universities and Colleges to champion sustainability across the UK).

Tickets for the event cost £150 per person and attendance is limited to two people per organisation.

For further details about the event, please contact Matt Wilkinson at the University of London.

10.10Future of the University CampusUniversity of London
  University of Oxford
  King's College London
  London School of Economics
  University of Cambridge
  Brighton University
  Winchester University
  University of Leeds
  University of Manchester
10.30London Environment StrategyGreater London Authority
11.10Campus of the FutureArup (invited)
 Building Users' Comfort ExpectationsUniversity of Portsmouth
 Sustainability Design GuideUniversity of Oxford
 Avoiding Potential Pitfalls in Green BuildingsNottingham Trent University (invited)
 UEA's Enterprise Centre 
12.10What can Passivhaus bring to Zero Carbon?Passivhaus Trust
 What can BREEAM bring to Zero Carbon?BRE
 Tackling Zero Carbon Across LondonWoods Bagot
 Low Carbon Georgian RefurbishmentDavid Morley Architects
13.00Low Carbon LunchProvided by Aramark
14.00Crowd Sourcing the PlanZero Carbon Refurbishments
  Zero Carbon in Heritage Assets
  Zero Carbon New Builds
  Zero Carbon in Residential Buildings
  Zero Carbon in Research Spaces
  Zero Carbon in Construction
  Standards and Frameworks for Zero Carbon
  Business Case for Zero Carbon
  Generating Zero Carbon Energy
  Smart Grids for Zero Carbon
17.00Drinks and NetworkingProvided by Aramark