#009 – Embodied Carbon, Decarbonise Now with ACAN, Kerry Watton & Bobby Jewell

by Hugo Taillandier

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This week episode is with two members of the Architects Climate Action Network (ACAN): Kerry Watton and Bobby Jewell. We are talking about embodied carbon in the construction industry and how ACAN is acting to reduce carbon emission.

Guest

In this episode we have two guests. Kerry Watton is an Architect with 7 years of professional experience and has joined ACAN in 2019 when it was created. Bobby Jewell is in charge of communication and press for ACAN.

ACAN is a network of individuals within architecture and related built environment professions taking action to address the twin crises of climate and ecological breakdown. 

ACAN exists to address the way our built environment is made, operated and renewed in response to the climate emergency. As a network of individuals, they channel personal energy, expertise and action towards a common goal – the systemic change of their profession and the construction industry as a whole. They see this as a matter of urgency.
 

There mission is to mobilise a new movement of professional activists towards this goal by building an open, supportive and inclusive organisation. ACAN empowers individuals to proactively seek change and facilitates collective effort through a shared platform built on collaboration.

Embodied Carbon, Decarbonise Now with ACAN, Kerry Watton & Bobby Jewell (009)

Topic(s): Embodied Carbon, Network

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SELECTED LINKS FROM THE EPISODE

Connect with ACAN: Website | Twitter | Instagram | LinkedIn
Connect with Bobby: Website | Twitter | Instagram | LinkedIn
Connect with Kerry: Twitter | Instagram | LinkedIn

ACAN Embodied Carbon
StuCAN: ACAN for students and academics
COP26

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