Upcoming event: Carbon Management and Designing for Climate Change

Part Two

We have three presenters from the building and construction industry discussing topics that surround all things to do with Carbon management and design for climate change.

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CPD Points

30.00 NZ Registered Architects Board Points 3.00 Licensed Building Practitioner - Design 1 Points 3.00 Australian QLD - NSW - VIC - TAS - WA Points 3.00 Licensed Building Practitioner - Design 2 + 3 Points 3.00 Australian CPD ACT-SA-NT Points

Presented By

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Event Description

Murray Durbin

Enveloped NZ

1pm - 2pm

Enveloped Solutions specialise in supplying and installing products and systems for high-performance homes such as Certified Passive House, Homestar homes, and anyone wanting to build better than the Building Code. Murray will run through Enveloped's service and product offering, covering off high-performance window joinery, balanced heat recovery ventilation, air and weather tightness, hot water heat pumps, pellet boilers, insulation and EV chargers. Housing makes up a substantial component of our carbon footprint and we need to build smarter, as well as addressing our older housing stock with deep retrofits. Enveloped has a wide range of solutions to assist with any building project.

Richard Miller

Escea

2.00pm - 3.00pm

Talk topic: Understanding modern combustion heating.

In this presentation we will cover what you need to know about combustion heating emissions of modern appliances. We will focus on the main advantages of room sealed, powerflued, zero clearance gas appliances in a modern home design and how to approach material selection for the cladding of heating appliances.

Zoë Delano

Technical Analyst

Autex

3.00pm - 4.00pm

Presentation details:

Title: Carbon Management

Description: A review of how the building sector can tackle the issue of embodied carbon and help build a low-carbon future. This presentation offers an introduction to building sector emissions, operational and embodied carbon, carbon reduction and offsetting, and considerations for low-embodied carbon design.

Learning outcomes

  • Understand the role of the building sector in climate change and the growing importance of embodied carbon
  • Learn about the traditional and surprising sources of embodied carbon over a building’s lifecycle
  • Learn how to reduce whole-of-life embodied carbon through materials selection and low-carbon design
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