Please click on the link below to find my article published on Building4Change website. THe content is based on my main observations from chairing a day conference for BRE and EVORA at ARUP in London on improving existing commercial property for health and well being. Click here to read If you are looking for an
Blog and Publications
Paul is often asked to provide thought-leadership articles and opinion pieces for the media and organisations seeking to promote and stimulate debate on sustainable development. In the publication section, articles can also be found on a range of subjects from the built environment to corporate social responsibility. A selection of blogs are provided below.
Prior to chairing a conference on ‘Healthy Buildings: How to improve health and well being in your existing commercial properties’ I wrote this blog – published on my LinkedIn page – setting out why the topic was important. Click here to read
7 & 8 March 2017. Paul was asked to chair two sustainability seminars at Ecobuild 2017. He brought together leading experts to discuss the themes of carbon emissions in the built environment and, separately, but related, tools and guidance for making carbon reductions. Dr Toyne was commissioned by UBM to put design the content for
I chaired a fascinating seminar on “reducing carbon in infrastructure”, it was organised by Volvo Construction Equipment as part of the Construction Climate Challenge programme. My “TOP 5” takeaways from the day were the following: 1. Zero carbon by 2050 and 1 day. What do I mean by that? Well, the UK Climate Change Act
metro_07june10_toyne_lsdc The London Leaders programme has been a fantastic programme helping to establish several “green” entrepreneurs, and commercialise their business ideas.