The construction sector is responsible for 39 % of annual GHG emissions globally, having a pivotal role in the low carbon transition. Many property owners have expressed their high ambitions to decarbonize building portfolios in the next decade, but they lack coherent information on low carbon options and possible solutions to reach their ambitions.
Combient Pure, NCC Finland, Stora Enso and Ramboll have come together to solve this question and support the whole value chain in moving towards low carbon building. Since last summer, a multi-company project team has worked together to understand the concrete actions that are required for the whole value chain to work seamlessly together in offering low carbon material options to end customers. One of the largest emissions sources in buildings is building materials.
We welcome you to a Combient Perspectives webinar at 11-12 CEST / 12-13 EEST on May 25th, 2022, to learn about the results of the collaboration.
In the webinar, Combient Pure will share the learnings and results from the project, including what kind of emission reductions we are able to reach with mass timber as a main construction material. Pekka Kiuru, Development Director at NCC, Tomi Jussila, Building Solutions Sales Director at Stora Enso and Laura Kainulainen, Head of Sustainability at Ramboll Finland will share their experiences from the project on of how value chain wide collaboration can drive low carbon building.
When? Wednesday May 25th, 11-12 CEST / 12-13 EEST
Where? Zoom Webinar, please register to get the link
Marika Määttä, Head of Combient Pure
Results from a year of collaboration with large construction industry players
Louna Laurila, Project Manager of the collaboration project, Combient Pure
How can value chain wide collaboration drive low carbon building?
Pekka Kiuru, Development Director at NCC
Tomi Jussila, Building Solutions Sales Director at Stora Enso
Laura Kainulainen, Head of Sustainability at Ramboll Finland, Structural Engineering
This event is open for all organizations. A warm welcome!