ASBP Masterclass: Biogenic Carbon in EPD and Building LCA

ASBP Masterclass: Biogenic Carbon in EPD and Building LCA

July 2, 2020
An in-depth masterclass (2 hours) with Jane Anderson (LCA expert and Director, ConstructionLCA) and Mark Lynn (MD, Eden Renewables Innovation Ltd) on Biogenic Carbon in EPD and Building LCA. The masterclass is limited to 25 attendees and features interactive discussion and exercises. Programme An introduction to Biogenic Carbon How is
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Lean principles to help window and door manufacturers

Lean principles to help window and door manufacturers

July 1, 2020
Woodknowledge Wales member Coastal Group is hosting a complimentary webinar for Door & Window Manufacturers alongside TXM Lean Solutions to help you squeeze that bit more production capacity out of your workshop, and gain those much needed extra few percent of profit. Hear how other door and window manufacturers, like
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Healthy Buildings in a Climate Emergency

Healthy Buildings in a Climate Emergency

February 27, 2020
Woodknowledge Wales is pleased to be an event partner for the Alliance for Sustainable Building Products (ASBP) 4th Healthy Buildings Conference and Expo on 27th February 2020.  Woodknowledge Wales members get a 25% event partners’ discount. The Healthy Buildings Conference and Expo will be addressing the climate emergency and discussing
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TRADA University Challenge 2020

TRADA University Challenge 2020

February 17, 2020
The University Challenge is one major part of TRADA’s larger University Engagement Programme, which aims to inspire the architects and engineers of the future to design iconic buildings and engineering solutions in wood. The challenge This year students will be asked to design timber community housing which is low-carbon, energy
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A Route to Zero: A Case for Forest and Woodland Creation

A Route to Zero: A Case for Forest and Woodland Creation

December 16, 2019
With the climate emergency declarations driving decarbonisation and an appetite to build zero carbon homes, we’ve discovered that housing organisations are looking to plant new forests and woodlands. Why would a Housing Association, not known as a traditional tree planting organisation, want to claim this space? We invite you to discover
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