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The Ethical and Sustainable Vision of Landscape Architects | Webinar

The Ethical and Sustainable Vision of Landscape Architects | Webinar

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21 September, 11am, Online

The Ethical and Sustainable Vision is a discussion-based webinar involving key individuals from Hardscape’s Sustainable team and landscape stakeholders between whom discuss the approach and relationship between design and sourcing ethical and sustainable materials. The panel will debate what all this means when it comes to specification and the desire to ‘do the right thing’ balanced with time and cost restraints to a specific scheme. Hardscape will highlight other facets of products and its environmental actions to help deliver on the current thinking on SDG principles and necessary actions to be taken thereafter.  

This webinar will explore what the benefits are and how designers within the landscape architecture profession should utilise the information and knowledge in their collaborative relationships within the placemaking environment. The discussion will also cover Hardscape’s goals and ambitions too with the SDG agenda and how they have re-modelled the scope of their goals and KPIs and are expediting actions to meet specific SDG business commitments to achieve carbon neutrality by 2030.  

It is acknowledged that to achieve near zero carbon will have cost consequences. In our world it is key that this is embraced rather than rejected for lower cost but higher carbon emission alternatives or due to their short-term aesthetics, thus requiring frequent replacement because of their shorter life cycle. 

For more details and registration please find the event page here.

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