The second in the series will explore how access to good-quality data is essential in the fight to reduce carbon emissions in the built environment. James Fiske, CEO of BCIS, will be joined by Fabrizio Varriale of RICS, who’ll be introducing the Built Environment Carbon Database – a pan-industry initiative to improve the availability and consistency of carbon data in the UK.
Name: ‘Measuring Whole Life Carbon in the Built Environment Part 2: The Data’
Date: Tuesday 28th February 2023
As with all the BCIS webinars there will be an opportunity for attendees to ask questions in a Q&A session.
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The webinar will be headed by James Fiske the CEO of BCIS and Chair of the BECD (Built Environment Carbon Database). James has an extensive history of measuring and reducing carbon on construction projects including being an integral part of the working group responsible for delivering the RICS’ professional statement – the methodology for carbon measurement adopted widely by the industry. James has also authored several important titles in the sector including linking carbon with cost measurement in the likes of the Institution of Civil Engineers CESMM4 Carbon and Price Book.