Webinar – An introduction to climate change and how it will affect your business – 19th September ’17

Webinar – An introduction to climate change and how it will affect your business – 19th September ’17

Business In The Community is hosting a free webinar on climate change and how this may impact businesses in the UK on the 19th September 2017. This webinar will be targeted at helping business owners and managers understand what climate change is and what it means for the future of business in the UK. This webinar will highlight key areas to consider and some of the major roles that your business can play in helping to reduce the impact of climate change for the future.

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Resilience16

Resilience16

Building on the success of the Resilience 15 event, the next event on 1st November 2016 will be Resilience 16. This will be hosted at the Building Research Establishment site in Watford. This event will review property level flood resilience in the built environment. We will review the challenges of this and what we can do to mitigate the damage caused by flooding in the UK.

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Property Care Association Waterproofing Conference 2016

Property Care Association Waterproofing Conference 2016

The Property Care Association (PCA) are hosting their 2016 International Waterproofing Conference on 6th July 2016 at The Møller Centre, Cambridge. This event will build upon the success of the 2015 ‘PCA Structural Waterproofing Forum’ and will comprise of three sessions each with its own key theme – Design, Delivery and Assurance. This event will commence at 9.30am and will conclude at 4:45pm.

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The UK Centre for Moisture in Buildings Launch Event

The UK Centre for Moisture in Buildings Launch Event

The UK Centre for Moisture in Building (UKCMB) was established in order to fill the research gap into the impacts of excessive or insufficient moisture content in UK buildings. Working alongside government, standards bodies, industry and the general public, using a wide array of facilities, equipment and techniques; the aim of the UKCMB is “the development of a moisture-safe built environment in the UK”.

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