It is important as an organisation to not only reflect on our victories but also evaluate the change we have bought about amongst professionals, businesses and the built environment sector. And so, every spring, UKGBC undertakes a written impact report to capture the overall scale of activities and showcase the transformative impact we have delivered over the past financial year.
UKGBC’s Impact Report 22-23 documents the transformational impact our network had over a financial year with collaboration at its heart. Its the first of our Impact Reports to track our activities in line with our 2025 strategy and goals, with the aims pushing for climate action further and faster.
Includes financial reports.
The impact report of 2021/22 focuses on our work in the year of COP26, including the launch of our Net Zero Whole Life Carbon Roadmap ,our team expansion into Scotland and our commitment to being a Race to Zero accelerator.
Our 2020/21 report invites readers to picture a year of lockdown and reflects on our activities in an uncertain landscape that lead to an unexpected rapid growth within the organisation.
Our 2019/20 report looks closely at how UKGBC helped shape critical government policies and how large bodies such as NHS England aligned their planning and contracting guidance with our Net Zero Carbon Framework.
Our 2018/19 report focuses on our activity numbers reflected in an increased number of events, courses and training opportunities.
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UKGBC have launched the Whole Life Carbon Roadmap, a common vision and agreed actions for achieving net zero carbon in the construction, operation and demolition of buildings and infrastructure.