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BASE London: opportunities in London’s low-carbon built environment and infrastructure

21 June 2012, Tower Bridge, London
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The Base London 2012 conference programme aims to provide a combination of inspiration and practical, sound advice free of overtly self-promotional commercial messages. Sessions will cover a range of sectors – including construction, property, transport, energy and resource management – based around a series of half-day sector-orientated conferences, with opening and closing high-level plenary sessions.

Plenary sessions will include an overview of what’s happening in London from City Hall, keynote addresses, a private sector perspective on the opportunity of sustainable cities, and panels on funding and moving forward.

The sector-oriented streams will explore the following areas:

  • Domestic retrofit: Setting the scene on London’s residential retrofit potential; large scale residential retrofitting in practice
  • Commercial retrofit: Barriers and challenges to sustainable commercial retrofit; sustainable non-domestic retrofit in practice
  • Circular economy: Decoupling growth form resource constraints; converting London’s waste inputs into valuable outputs
  • Energy: Sustainable and green power in a low-carbon London; managing the demand side of London’s energy challenge
  • Transport: Integrating personal and public transport; transport – the rise of green logistics
  • Smart cities: Efficient, connected and integrated; London as a smart, integrated and connected city

This year’s event is free to attend for core-target Base London delegates, including senior managers in local or central government and the upstream parts of the construction, property and utilities industries.

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