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Podcast points to a unified approach to net zero
The latest podcast from Mitsubishi Electric focuses on the future of sustainable buildings and highlights the benefits of the new UK Net Zero Carbon Buildings Standard.
This groundbreaking initiative represents far more than just a set of guidelines for the construction industry, focusing as it does on the evolving landscape of sustainable building in the UK.
“By establishing a clear and measurable Standard, the initiative aims to eradicate greenwashing and foster genuine sustainability efforts across the industry,” explains Dan Smith, host of the podcast and Sustainability and Construction Manager for Mitsubishi Electric.
Mitsubishi Electric is a Gold Sponsor of the UK Net Zero Carbon Buildings Standard and believes that the quest for sustainability in the building industry has now reached a pivotal juncture with the emergence of this groundbreaking initiative.
The UK Net Zero Carbon Buildings Standard is aligned with other standards helping to signify a united front in the industry and setting out a clear course for achieving Net Zero carbon emissions.
In the podcast, Dan speaks with the Chair of the Governance Board of the Standard, David Patridge. who provides profound insights into the development of the UK Net Zero Carbon Buildings Standard, its goals, and future implications.
The fascinating conversation sheds light on the evolving landscape of sustainable building in the UK and shows how the Standard points to a collective commitment to a sustainable future.
“Our conversation with David highlighted the critical role of collaboration, transparency, and innovation in this journey,” added Dan Smith. “As we move forward, the rule book for defining a Net Zero Carbon building which the Standard will define promises not only to guide the industry but also to transform the very foundations of sustainable building in the UK, shaping a greener and more responsible future for all.”
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