31 Mar '16, 8am

Great to see so many members involved in #GreenSky week with @OpenCityorg

Green Sky Thinking includes over 40 events across London, ranging from onsite project talks, round-table discussions, pecha kuchas and seminars. The programme, run by Open-City, is supported by UK-GBC and many of our members are participating by hosting key events to the week. Download the programme In the wake of COP21, the need to make our cities greener to limit global temperature and cut greenhouse gas emissions has returned to the global policy agenda. And in 2016, the future of London will be one of the key talking points of the election for a new mayor, at a time when the capital’s population is higher than it has ever been at 8.6 million. Fundamental shifts in the thinking and practice of how we deliver sustainable cities are essential to making a more liveable, adaptable urban future. Open-City’s Green Sky Thinking Week for built environment professionals highligh...

Full article: http://www.ukgbc.org/news/uk-gbc-members-showcase-green-s...

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