Crossrail Environment Learning Legacy Series: Construction Carbon Footprint Tool
The webinar is one in an ongoing series of Crossrail Learning Legacy webinars centred around the environment, this webinar will introduce an innovate spreadsheet tool designed to monitor and project the carbon footprint(s) of building projects through Scope 1,2,3 in construction and over 120 years of operation.
The webinar is one in an ongoing series of Crossrail Learning Legacy webinars centred around the environment, this webinar will introduce an innovate spreadsheet tool designed to monitor and project the carbon footprint(s) of building projects through Scope 1,2,3 in construction and over 120 years of operation. An additional tool will track the progress of operation through Scope 1 and 2 to map emissions against projections and determine if a site is on course to achieve their target to ultimately to reduce carbon emissions.
Crossrail's Approach to Carbon Management- Mike de Silva, Bechtel Ltd- CLICK HERE
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