CLAW supports local authorities in Wales to be proactive in managing their properties in a sustainable way, making buildings more energy efficient and developing renewable supplies.
CLAW has signed a declaration with the Carbon Trust acknowledging the impact that climate change will have on the principality and committing the consortium to tackling the causes and effects of a changing climate.
Welsh Assembly Government (WAG) Guidance on BREEAM
SCALA/SCEME/CLAW Study Day, 10-11 June 2010
There were 4 presentations:-
- Zero Carbon Britain 2030 – How we can sustainably meet our energy, building, transport and food requirements in a resource constrained world– Paul Allen, CAT
- A resume of the Governments energy performance commitments that are planned to come into effect in the decade to 2020 – Ted King,OBE CEng FCIBSE
- Facing the challenge of energy conservation, energy efficiency, micro generation and combating fuel poverty in the next decade – Andy Bray, British Gas
- If sustainability and its cost is inevitable, what do today’s architects and engineers have to do to future proof our environment within a restricted budget – Brian Mark, Fulcrum