Following today’s landmark UN climate change report (9 August 2021), Laura Mansel-Thomas, a Senior Partner and sustainability expert at Ingleton Wood, commented:
“The latest UN climate change report is certainly sobering reading. People all over the world – including those very close to home – are being affected by extreme weather, with events that used to happen every 50-100 years now happening every 5-10 years.
“However, there is so much we can do if we act quickly. It is frustrating to think that, in the built environment, we have all the technologies we need – not withstanding that better, cheaper ones may be round the corner – but not the knowledge, will and joined-up thinking to put them into place.
“Organisations such as the Essex Climate Action Commission, of which I’m a commissioner, are trying to change this, pulling together efforts from the public and private sector and individuals to facilitate real change.”
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