At this session, Alex Tait, RIBA Head of Technical Practice demystifies the RIBA 2030 Climate Challenge and explains the benefits to Chartered Practices and Matt Hutton of Bond Bryan presents from a Chartered Practices perspective. He explains the journey of his practice since signing up to the scheme and how they are making small and large changes as well as embracing the easy wins; from office functionality to pitching to clients.
This is a recording of an online event, held on 22 June 2021.
The session exhibits what information is available from the Royal Institute of British Architects, where to find it, and how to use it for your projects. You will also find out how far the scheme has developed since it was launched in 2019, what partnerships with other construction industry bodies and institutes have been created. Details of future tools and collateral are also discussed.
This event is part of the knowledge series exploring how to get the most value from your RIBA Chartered Practice membership. Sponsored by Ibstock Brick. The RIBA 2030 Climate Challenge sets a series of targets for practices to adopt to reduce operational energy, embodied carbon and potable water. If all RIBA Chartered Practices aim to meet the RIBA 2030 Climate Challenge targets, they will play their part in addressing this global crisis.
If you have not yet signed up, you can begin your journey here: https://www.architecture.com/about/policy/climate-action/2030-climate-challenge