About this event
Architects have acknowledged that they need to reduce embodied carbon by at least 40% before offsetting, for projects in operation in 2030*, which represents a massive challenge. Architects, designers and leading players in the building industry have legitimate questions concerning the best path to net zero carbon interiors.
Join Tarkett, BRE Group and 3XN/GNX in an online panel discussion
At Tarkett, we are convinced that an open dialogue can help the industry move in the right direction. Collectively, we need to identify the right paths to lower buildings’ carbon emissions. This is why we would like to invite you to join a panel discussion with industry experts. Speakers will share their perspectives on how to shift to decarbonized buildings.
The discussion will be moderated by Roddy Clarke, a journalist and speaker focusing on true sustainability and transparency.
For a decade Casper has dedicated his work to the circular agenda. First by being part of the group of frontrunners who have shaped and defined how to build circular for the industry, most recently with a focus on the practical aspects of realizing circular projects. As Head of Circular Building Practice at GXN, Casper has the responsibility to translate circular ambitions into effective and operational building solutions. This is done as a consultant on both innovative research projects and large traditional buildings in Denmark and internationally.
Myriam Tryjefaczka has developed her professional carrier in different industrial sector and has been focusing on sustainable development and public affairs for the last 15 years. In 2015, she joined the Tarkett Group where, as Sustainability and Public Affairs Director for the EMEA division, where she has led Tarkett’s sustainability initiatives. In her role, Myriam participates in the activities of European industry associations and think thanks in the field of circular economy and construction sector. Myriam holds a Master’s degree in Biochemistry and enzymology, completed by a Master of Business Administration.
Dr. Shamir Ghumra leads the global BREEAM portfolio of sustainability standards which has been driving global improvements in buildings and infrastructure for over three decades. In his current role leading the Building Performance Services Division at BRE, Shamir supports the BRE mission "to be the world-leading innovation, science and data hub for the built environment.” Shamir sits on a number of international committees and expert groups relating to sustainability in the built environment. A firm believer in developing inclusive organisations and culture for business success Shamir leads the BRE programme on Equality, Diversity & Inclusion. Shamir is a Fellow of the Institute of Environmental Management and Assessment, a Chartered Environmentalist and a Visiting Professor at the School of Architecture, Building and Civil Engineering at Loughborough University in the UK.
A graduate of Cambridge University’s Institute for Sustainability Leadership, Roddy Clarke is a design writer looking at the social and environmental impacts of design. With a background in restoration, Roddy covers topics such as circularity, responsible design and the presence of traditional craft in a contemporary society. Contributing to titles such as The Financial Times and Forbes, Roddy also consults with brands to help them navigate their way to a greener future through transparent and honest communication.
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