Architect 2030 –
Urban Climate Initiative – Toward Zero Emissions
This year, more countries and states than ever have joined a global marketplace that quantifies, regulates, and trades carbon. What does this evolution in the global carbon debate mean for our cities and built environment, in Hong Kong and the region? Please join AIA Hong Kong for an interactive evening lecture and discussion with two foremost experts on green architecture and energy reduction through design. The Honourable Wong Kam-Sing, Secretary for the Environment of the Hong Kong SAR will share Hong Kong’s new ‘Energy Saving Plan’. Mr. Edward Mazria, FAIA, founder of the sustainability think tank Architecture 2030, will share an update on current initiatives and developing goals and accords in the region. Speakers will address climate change mitigation through design, and discuss methods for achieving carbon reduction goals locally and globally with a focus toward zero emissions.
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