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Wed, 26 June

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Online via Zoom

Talking Timber: Decarbonising the built environment

Talking Timber: Decarbonising the built environment
Talking Timber: Decarbonising the built environment

Time & Location

26 June 2024, 11:30 am – 12:40 pm

Online via Zoom

About the event

Now more than ever, building and design professionals face challenging mandatory requirements for tracking, reducing, managing and reporting on carbon emissions and savings across projects, with ‘zero-carbon’ initiatives carrying a significant impact for the building and construction sector. Join Timber Queensland and our panel of experts in this free webinar to: Explore behind-the-scenes case studies into prominent Queensland projects, the NIOA Brisbane Timber Tower and the UniSC Moreton Bay Campus Expansion, that achieved significant carbon savings through use of mass engineered timber with Dr Andrew Magub of Richard Kirk Architect and Callum Lillywhite of Aurecon. Discover the Environmental Product Declaration (EPD) Database that makes it simpler to reference Environmental Product Declarations for structural (both treated and untreated), aesthetic, and landscaping components manufactured in Australia and overseas to support informed decision making and easier carbon tracking and reporting with Dr Alastair Woodard of WoodSolutions. Learn more about exactly where your timber comes from – and how responsible and sustainable forestry management can make a difference to your next project with Steve Walker and Shona Heading of HQPlantations. Attendees will receive a CPD Certificate following this session. Thanks to our webinar sponsors, WoodSolutions and XLam.

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