The Good Homes Alliance (GHA) and partners have today announced a coalition of almost 100 partner organisations across the built environment sector who will support the delivery of a Built Environment Virtual Pavilion, ahead of the UN’s COP26 Climate Summit scheduled to take place in Glasgow this November.

The UK Green Building Council (UKGBC) is acting as secretariat to a huge number of organisations that have joined forces to establish a smart virtual presence, which aims to give the sector a voice at COP26 and generate a reach and legacy that can stretch beyond COP itself.

The Virtual Pavilion will comprise an exhibition of global exemplar projects and places, within a bespoke virtual reality (VR) space, as well as a major series of events and downloadable content – to include keynotes, panel discussions and more. An open call for a creative and innovative virtual centrepiece for the Pavilion will be launched, with a detailed brief expected to be formally announced within the next few weeks.

At least 30 ‘Delivery Partners’ are working together to support the initiative, consisting of non-profits, trade bodies, government agencies and professional institutions from across the built environment. Delivery and commercial Partners include:

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Industry joins forces to launch Built Environment Virtual Pavilion for COP26

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