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Spotlight on Pre-Design and Design Strategies for Lowering Embodied Carbon

In this Spotlight learn about pre-design and design strategies for lowering embodied carbon. The event includes speakers from some of Australia’s leading architecture and design firms, a Director from TfNSW and a guest speaker from the UK.

Spotlight on Steel

The iron and steel industry contribute approximately 8% of global greenhouse gas emissions.

Learn how the industry can decarbonise including existing local and international initiatives such as ResponsibleSteel™, the Net Zero Steel Pathway Methodology Project and the worldsteel StepUp™ Program.

Spotlight on Aluminium 2022

Out of the three primary materials that contribute to 70% of a building’s embodied carbon aluminium is the most emissions intensive per ton. This event focuses on the aluminium and secondary alumium sector, and the challenges and opportunities in decarbonisation.

Spotlight on Aluminium

Aluminium is a critical material for the modern world. Momentum is growing to drive decarbonisation and recycling efforts in this sector.

This Spotlight event features a collection of industry perspectives from across the building and construction sector.

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Spotlight on Concrete and Cement

Cement manufacturing accounts for approximately 7% of global emissions.

This MECLA event brought together hundreds of industry experts to discuss the challenges in reducing carbon emissions in concrete and cement.

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Spotlight on Timber

In this Spotlight learn about the carbon footprint of Australian timber products.

Hear Caryn Streeter talk about designing with CLT and GLT, and Jeremy Mansfield OAM on maximising the benefits of commercial construction adoption of mass engineering timber.

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