The Irish Green Building Council is hosting Build Green Now on 6th May 2022 from
9:00 am – 4:00 pm at The Gibson Hotel. Members will get together, network with industry leaders and policy makers, and design pathways for a low carbon future. The past two years has seen ESG and sustainability rise to the top of the priority list of every organisation working in the built environment supply chain and you will hear how members are now dealing with this.
IGBC will be setting out our road map to net zero for the Built Environment with the launch of the #Buildinglife roadmap. IGBC will also set out the Irish industry agreed definition of Net Zero in the built environment in Ireland to end confusion on what it means. You will hear opinions on the implementation of the roadmap from industry leaders. The key policy makers in Europe, Government and representatives from the main political parties will discuss the implementation of the climate action plan over the coming 8 years.
The Irish Green Building Council – IGBC, is a non-profit organisation that was launched in 2011 with organisations and businesses from the entire value chain of the built environment. These include universities, professional institutes, NGOs local authorities, contractors, architects, engineers, energy companies, leading national and transnational companies.
Presentation of Whole Life Carbon Roadmap
|Pat Barry – IGBC|
Presentation of the carbon modelling scenarios to 2030 and 2050
|Oliver Kinnane – UCD|
|Eamon Ryan – Minister for Environment, Climate, Communications and Transport|
Panel discussion: Whole life carbon – the path to zero
|Chair: Stephen Barrett – IGBC
Ali Grehan -Dublin City Architect
Francis Noel Duffy TD – Green Party
PJ Rudden – Aengus Consulting
Panel Discussion: ESG and meeting zero carbon
|Chair: Rachel McGinley -CBRE
Susan Vickers – Cluid
Claire Pomroy – Hines
Paul Kelly – AIB
|12.30pm||Lunch & networking|
Panel discussion: Implementation – we hear from those who have already started on the journey to Net Zero Carbon and the challenges.
|Tomas Cowman – Lidl
Chris Croly -BDP
Susan McGarry -Ecocem
Panel discussion: Building consensus
|Political #BuildingLife ambassadors
Eoin O’Broin TD – Sinn Fein
Frances Fitzgerald MEP – Fine Gael
Ciaran Cuffe MEP – Green Party
Cian O’Callaghan TD – Social Democrats
Virtual Recruitment Ireland will be hosting its Manufacturing & Engineering Careers Fair on Thursday, 7th April 2022 from 10am to 4pm.
This will be a live, online, career fair focusing on the manufacturing sector.
Interested in a new role? Learn about openings and chat directly with hiring managers and recruiters at this great, online, recruitment event.
The Manufacturing & Engineering Careers Fair will feature some of Ireland’s leading manufacturing employers and specialised engineering roles, as well as a full day of exciting talks and webinars to give you career advice and more information about roles available from the participating companies.
Registration is free of charge.
Manufacturing & Engineering Careers Fair
What can you expect at the event?
- Employers actively recruiting for hundreds of jobs at home and abroad
- Specialised recruiters dedicated to jobs in the Manufacturing & Engineering sectors
- Professional Career Coaches offering one-on-one CV, job seeking and career advice that’ll help you advance in your career.
- 2 virtual stages – The Agenda Stage & Google Digital Garage – for webinars and talks on important and topical issues by a diverse range of industry experts that’ll help you find your dream job for 2022