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Perfect Circle breakfast in Edinburgh

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As part of Scotland’s transition to a low carbon economy, the Scottish Government’s Climate Change Plan sets the target of a 66% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions by 2032.

Public sector bodies in Scotland are committed to implementing the behaviour and technological changes necessary to reduce carbon emission levels to those required to meet national targets.

On Thursday 1 November 2018, we have another breakfast event hosted by sustainable building engineering expert, Ant Wilson MBE, who will share his knowledge and experience on the opportunity this represents and how estates owners can meet these ambitious targets.

Drawing on some key examples from his 40-year career, including some of the biggest challenges his teams have faced and how they overcame them, Ant will present his top tips on reducing the carbon footprint of your estate, whilst reducing maintenance and operational costs.

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