Organisations join forces for conference on climate action and sustainability
Chartered surveyors, engineers, planners and architects discuss the built environment, the ‘green’ future of buildings and how to reimagine the ‘sustainable city’
Professionals across the built environment have a vital role to play in addressing sustainability and climate action.
For the first time ever, the Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland (SCSI) joined with a number of organisations involved in the built environment in a joint conference, Building Collaboration for Climate Action, last week to collectively tackle the issue of climate action in the built environment.
Speakers from Engineers Ireland, the Irish Planning Institute, the Royal Institute of...
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