Seminar: Liveable Cities, Dublin, 11 September 2018

A hose pipe ban in Dublin, it’ll never happen again?

Was the recent heat wave a once off or vision of the future?

Is the water infrastructure sufficient to future proof Dublin against droughts?

Over 60% of Ireland’s population live in cities with an increasing demand on making our homes liveable, what can we do to adapt to our new climate.

Cundall’s 2018 World Green Building Week event will focus on the challenges and opportunities for cities in Ireland and across the globe over the coming decades. We will share information on climate change and discuss approaches to mitigate the associated impacts on developments.

In discussing the various climate change scenarios, we will also explain what Cundall is doing to minimize our own impact and the impact of our projects, which will include our sustainability roadmap and action plan.

Join us in exploring how our cities can continue to be liveable in the face of imminent change.

Date: Tuesday 11 September 2018
Time: 8.00-10.30am
Venue: Irish Aviation Authority HQ, The Times Building, 11-12 D'Olier Street, Dublin 2.

8.00-8.30am Registration and breakfast networking
8.30-9.30am Seminar
9.30-10.00 Q&A and networking

Please contact Helen Solimena to register,