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ECOBUILD SHOW PREVIEW


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ecobuild 2018: the event shaped by the industry


ecobuild is returning to ExCeL London in March 2018. Under the new ownership of Futurebuild Events, the event is being designed and built around the industry, bringing to life the latest technology, thinking, and materials


he event is not only being shaped through comprehensive industry feedback, but also with direct input from leading industry influencers. These include Lynne Sullivan, Nathan Baker, Julie Hirigoyen, Darren Richards and Peter Murray, who are all members of the ecobuild Steering Group which is helping to set the agenda for the event. Martin Hurn, managing director of Futurebuild Events, explains: “New, independent ownership offers a unique opportunity to completely overhaul the event. We believe that to be as relevant and valuable as possible, we need to understand and act on what built environment profes- sionals want to see at ecobuild. We see our role as to facilitate the agenda, rather than dictate it, and we also believe that it is more important to bring future trends to life, rather than just thinking and talking about them.”


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The CPD-accredited conference programme


Sustainability will be a key focus at ecobuild 2018, giving built environment professionals the opportunity to highlight, debate and present issues that matter now and will still matter in the future. Central to the event is the comprehensive conference programme, curated by top industry figures. The programme will provide an “interactive platform for examining the big issues facing the built environment and


creating an action plan for change, focused on real solutions”.


Day One begins with some of the most pressing global issues – delivering the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), the Paris Agreement, and the New Urban Agenda. The keynote speaker is Paula Caballero, global director of the Climate Programme at the World Resources Institute. Paula is one of the driving forces behind the development of the UN’s SDGs. The conference programme also includes a panel discussion on the response to the Grenfell Tower tragedy. In addition there will be focuses on solving the housing crisis and how to achieve the aim of making all buildings net zero carbon by 2050.


New, independent ownership offers the opportunity to completely overhaul the event


Sue James, content producer for ecobuild, revealed the intention to develop three key recommendations from each conference session, using audience support to shape their outputs. She comments: “This will ensure that each topic covered in the ecobuild conference programme concludes with actions that can be understood and implemented by the wider built environment.”


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