How NOT to overheat buildings Webinar #2
How to take action now
How NOT to overheat buildings webinar
Welcome to the second appointment in this exciting series of online learning sessions by Green Building Encyclopaedia!
In this webinar, we will focus on climate resilience for buildings. We are in fact facing a warming climate, while the industry has been focusing on winter conditions for decades. How do we fill this gap in regulations and knowledge? How do we future-proof buildings for a more comfortable and cool internal environment on hot days?
Whether you are a sustainability expert or simply interested in the subject, this webinar will enable you to solidify your basic knowledge on bioclimatic principles and will give you a direction for further research and learning in the subject.
We will discuss:
- Trends and projections of the warming climate and what it means for buildings
- Barriers and knowledge gaps in the industry
- How the building fabric needs to adapt to change in temperatures
- Cooling strategies (natural and mechanical) in buildings
- What actions we can take on existing buildings now
- Overcoming design and regulations gaps
- Online tools, software and other resources available.
We encourage audience participation throughout and will end the session with a Q&A with your expert presenters.
Brian Murphy, Director and founder at GBE.
Tom Randall, Head of Building Optimisation Services at Verco
Host: Edith Colomba, Director of Learning at GBE.
This webinar is delivered ONLINE, however, if you are busy at that time, do not fear! Sign up anyway and you will be issued a recording afterwards.
If you join this webinar live, you will be entitled to 1 CPD hour.
This webinar is relevant to both beginners and experts. Whatever your starting level, you will get a roadmap for continuing and deepening your learning on the subject.
This webinar is most relevant to:
- Building environment designers
- Construction professionals
- Sustainability consultants
- Local Authorities
Worldwide (principles) with some UK references.
The price to join us on the live webinar is from £7.99.
Further learning opportunities
Looking forward to e-meeting you then!
Edith & Brian