The building sector is shifting towards sustainability, but the pace must accelerate if Europe is to deliver a circular economy - and realise the emissions, resource efficiency and socio-economic potential of the sector.

This conference will explore the growing support across Europe for Level(s), the European Commission’s new sustainable building reporting framework which aims to provide the insights that will shape future building sector policy.

Level(s) is aimed at creating a common European drive towards improved performance across six areas: lifecycle emissions, resource efficiency, water use, health and comfort, resilience and adaptation, and cost and value. With over 130 building projects in 21 countries now testing Level(s), join the conference to network with the community who is shaping the future of EU building sector policy, and hear from market leading voices including:

  • Karmenu Vella - European Commissioner for Environment, Fisheries & Maritime Affairs
  • Lars Ostenfeld Riemann, Executive Director, Buildings, Ramboll
  • Cees van der Spek, Public Affairs & Global Corporate Relations Director, OVG Real Estate
  • Derk Welling, Senior Responsible Investment & Governance Specialist, APG Asset Management

Attendees will also hear from organisations testing the Level(s) indicators on projects across Europe. These testers will share their experiences of testing Level(s); including their rationale, approach and feedback on their testing experience. Lastly, representatives from leading Brussels associations across the construction and real estate sector will debate the role of Level(s) in shaping future EU sustainable buildings policy. We look forward to welcoming you on 18 December to drive the sector towards sustainability.

This conference is open to all stakeholders interested in Level(s), and is not restricted to organisations testing Level(s).We look forward to welcoming you on 18 December to drive the sector towards sustainability.

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When
Tuesday 18 December 2018, 10.00 - 17.00 (CET)
Where
Brussels
Brussels
Belgium

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