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BREEAM Knowledge Sharing Ambassadors
- Graeme Hannah
- Jane Morning
- Dan Widdon
- Tom Abbott
- Emma Houston
- Azita Dezfouli
- Jeanne Davidson
- Tom Blois-Brooke
- Pallab Chatterjee
- Samantha Phillipson
- Melissa Merryweather
- So Young Hyun
- John Easton
- Gloria Lo
- Danielle Lowson
- Elise Kidd
- Karen Dempster
- Nuno Fideles
BREEAM Knowledge Sharing Ambassadors are a group of Sustainable Construction Professionals representing key and diverse stakeholder groups involved with BREEAM and related construction sustainability tools. The group meet, collaborate on, create and promote knowledge sharing of key information needed in the industry to accelerate the uptake of sustainability in the built environment.
Each member commits to the following
- Actively promote the knowledge sharing culture
- To write one article per year (or make an equivalent contribution)
- Preferably on a topic identified as typically required
- To attend 2-4 online KSA collaboration meetings per year
Membership currently is by invitation but we are always looking to broaden the diversity of members. If you would like to apply to be invited then please contact [email protected] FAO Paul Thistlethwaite
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