The latest article from our Net Zero series introduces the award winning Tombola House. We outline the incremental design improvements used at Tombola House to help realise a more sustainable building.
Episode 1: Introducing FutureX
Featuring hosts Martin Hurn and Dr Oliver Jones
In the first episode, hosts Martin Hurn and Dr Oliver Jones introduce FutureX and explain the importance of giving a voice and platform to disruptors from different sectors to improve the health of people, communities and importantly our planet.
During the episode, the hosts discuss the Code Red for Humanity crisis and how the construction sector has a critical role in reducing CO2 emissions by the 2030 target and Dr Oliver Jones reveals his personal hero – James Locklock.
Martin Hurn is event director at Futurebuild and Dr Oliver Jones is research director at Ryder Architecture.
The first stage on our pathway to net zero concentrates on reducing emissions and embodied carbon during construction and identifies carbon reduction strategies for different building types.
In the first paper of our Net Zero series, we outline our pathway to net zero through our focus on reducing whole life emissions.