Green buildings – a key element to reach net zero

2nd March 2021WebinarOnline

The next decade of climate action is crucial. Urgent, ambitious and intelligent action must be taken by businesses, governments and citizens alike in order to ensure that our ever expanding urban environments are built and maintained in a way that is sustainable for the environment and functional for its residents. Needless to say, there is much to be done.

Topics that will be covered:
  • Why buildings are such an important factor to reach the 2050 climate targets

  • Challenges and opportunities of building "green"

  • How you can contribute in reducing building generated CO2 emissions

Watch the webinar recording on our Youtube Channel

Event Details

Tuesday, 2nd March 2021
13:00 - 13:30 UTC+00:00

Event Program

Column 1Column 2
14:00Introduction to green buildings
14:20Q&A session
14:28Wrap-up and tips to get started

Meet the Speakers

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David Mazaira

Carbon Impact Specialist, responsAbility

David is part of the Business Development team working on innovative Climate Finance solutions and is responsible for the technical validation and impact reporting of the projects reported to responsAbility managed climate change mitigation funds. After completing his degree in chemistry in Caracas, Venezuela, he moved to Spain to continue his studies. For several years after, he worked at a major energy company identifying and implementing GHG emissions reduction projects, developing energy management systems and being part of several cross-sectorial groups promoting energy efficiency.

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Samuel Baumgartner

Head of Wholesale, responsAbility

Samuel is the head of wholesale distribution at responsAbility overseeing the fund-distribution network. He is also a frequent keynote speaker on sustainable and impact investing topics. Prior to his time at responsAbility, he worked with an investment advisory in Peru and Chile matching investors with local private equity opportunities. Samuel holds a bachelor degree in business administration and is working on his masters in finance focusing on sustainable finance at the University of Zürich.