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Irish Built Environment Declares - February Meeting
RIAI CPD:1 Structured CPD Point
Online meeting of Irish Architects Declare in collaboration with IGBC to go through the newly launched Whole-Life Carbon Tool for Ireland developed by IGBC and OneClick LCA.
The aim of the course is to get an understanding of the role of architects in addressing climate breakdown and biodiversity loss.
On completion of this course attendees should have a knowledge of how to use the tool and conduct simple whole-life carbon calculations in early design.
Stephen Barrett is Irish Green Building Council’s Whole Life Carbon Project Lead with years of experience in Life Cycle Analysis methodology and application and WLC assessment at the building level.
Meeting ID: 824 8807 8450
About Architects Declare
Architects/Built Environment Declare is a voluntary community of +7000 Practices working globally to unite the profession in taking the necessary measures to tackle climate breakdown and biodiversity loss, two of the most serious issues of our time. The goal of the movement is to transform the built environment by 2030 so that it is planned, constructed, and operated within planetary boundaries, delivering positive social impact for all.
Architects Declare Ireland was set up in September 2019. Over 150 Irish architectural practices have now signed the declaration, expressing their commitment to the pledges of the declaration and willingness to work collaboratively to drive change across the industry.
We encourage all Irish architects to join the movement either by signing the declaration as a practice/registered architect or by joining our email list and future events to stay up to date with the discussion.
More information on how to join, previous webinars and further resources to take action is available on the website.