SocEnv webinar series - A Sustainable Built Environment

Thursday, 12 March 2020 - 12:00pm to 1:00pm
Online

The latest webinar series delivered by the Society for the Environment (SocEnv) will cover the enticing umbrella topic of "A Sustainable Built Environment". The three, one-hour webinars that make up this new series will provide cross-disciplinary knowledge transfer opportunities for environmental professionals and beyond.

While the CEnv speakers and those linked with their work are specialists in fields under the same umbrella of the build environment, they will provide the perspectives from different sectors, which makes for an interesting debate. The free webinars are available for all to attend, last for a maximum of one hour and use a simple platform for you to watch and engage with the speakers - ideal for some lunchtime learning for those in the UK or similar time zones.

More information and how to book

Part 1 | 11.02.2020 @ 12.00

Professionalism in Arboriculture – The Key to Successful Urban Trees, John Parker CEnv - Technical Director @ Arboricultural Association

Changing the Game for a Sustainable Built Environment – Innovation, Collaboration and Playing in Teams, By Lynne Ceeney CEnv - Managing Director @ Lytton Consulting Ltd

 

Part 2 | 27.02.2020 @ 12.00

Laying the Foundations for Healthy Homes and Buildings, Andrew D Thompson CEnv FRICS - Senior Lecturer in Building Surveying @ Anglia Ruskin University. Andrew will be joined by two colleagues - Dr Maryam Imani and Professor Keith Jones - to provide insight into Sustainable Drainage Systems (SuDS) management and resilience to disaster events.

 

Part 3 | 12.03.2020 @ 12:00

Soil Management and Sustainable Construction on HS2 - Vaughan Redfern CEnv - Principal Environmental Consultant @ Atkins / HS2 Ltd

HS2 Talk #2 TBC, Mark Fenton CEnv - Climate Change Specialist (Carbon) @ HS2 Ltd

 

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