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Episode 22: How To Measure & Offset Embodied Carbon With Gilbert Lennox-King

todayJanuary 20, 2022

Background

Henry McDonald interviews Gilbert Lennox-King, a co-founder of Construction Carbon to investigate how you can measure and offset embodied carbon. 

Construction Carbon offers a simple way to assess, reduce & offset embodied carbon. Gilbert will get down to the basics by explaining exactly what is embodied carbon.

Available from Tuesday 25th January

How To Measure & Offset Embodied Carbon With Gilbert Lennox-King

I think there’s quite a large demand and a growing demand for what we are doing that is from developers who want to be recognised for basically calculating, reducing making better procurement decisions around the embodied carbon, we see that only going going to increase as the provenance of Leti benchmarks become more widely known as people become more educated.

 

About Gilbert Lennnox-King, Co-Founder of Construction Carbon 

Gilbert grew up in New Zealand and has spent most of his career delivering ongoing energy management programmes and solutions across Asia, Europe, and the UK.

More recently Gilbert has been heading up business development for sustainability focused property technology companies. He was involved with over 4 million sq metres of energy reduction programmes for multinational clients including JP Morgan, HSBC and Intercontinental with his previous company, Energenz. He co-founded Energenz in 2010, growing it to become one of Asia’s leading energy efficiency consultancies before it was acquired by NV5 Global in 2017.

Gilbert completed a Bachelor of Commerce at the University of Auckland and a postgraduate certificate in Applied Finance from the Securities Institute of Australia.

Gilbert currently works for a leading commercial property developer, HB Reavis.

Written by: Jackie De Burca


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