With the built environment accounting for 50% of UK carbon dioxide emissions. Think is an exhibition that rehthinks the whole process of achieving a sustainable built environment. Learn more about the event here.


Think is the most influential sustainability event in the build environment. Following in the footsteps of the success of its debut event in 2007, this year it will be looking at the economic, social, and environmental challenges the occur when trying to deliver sustainable regeneration. This leads into a wider look at the practical responsibilities of the property and construction industry in dealing with the issues of climate change, urban renewal, and redevelopment. Looking at some of the most controversial themes of our times, Think will get to the centre of a global debate that’s a major concern for anyone trying to deliver a sustainable built environment.


7-8 May 2008


ExCeL, East London. It’s close to Canary Wharf tube, and is also easily reached from both London City airport and the DLR.


Think will be attended by the most influential decision makers from the property and construction industries, as well as the public sector. Attendees include quantity surveyors, contractors, engineers, architects, housebuilders, developers, banks, major private and public sector clients, professional bodies and NGOs.

Confirmed speakers

These include Manchester City Council chief executive Sir Howard Bernstein and Paul King, chief executive of the UK Green Building Council. For more confirmed speakers go to Think08 conference speaker page

More information

At the Think08 website