Nordic Climate Forum for Construction 2022


Learn about the policy development of the regulations of CO2-reduction in buildings worldwide, in the EU and especially in the Nordic countries, how to practically use BIM to report CO2-emissions from materials and listen to the presentations of the two Nordic programmes Nordic Sustainable Construction and Nordic Networks for Circular Construction.

Join the webinar about the Nordic approach on reducing the building sector’s climate impact

The Nordic ministers decided in 2018 that harmonisation of building regulation should be strengthened. This led to the first Nordic Climate forum for Construction in 2019, which became the starting point of an effort towards Nordic harmonization for low carbon emissions from construction.

The climate forum is a yearly event for discussions with policymakers and stakeholders from industry, academia, and the finance sector. The event will be held in English.

Time and Date

Date: 8. September 2022
Time: 12-15 (CEST Time Zone)
Place: Online, webinar
Deadline: Register before 5. September 2022

Registration:  Register here        

Preliminary program - webinar 8th of September

12:00   Welcome: Norwegian Building Authority

12:05   Policy development of the regulations of CO2-reduction in buildings worldwide and in the EU.
Speakers TBA

12:55   Coffee break

13:05   Development of limit values for CO2-emissions in buildings in the Nordic countries

  • An overview of today´s regulation for all the Nordic countries
    Matti Kuittinen, Ministery of the Environment, Finland
  • Finland
    Matti Kuittinen, Ministery of the Environment, Finland
  • Denmark
    Luzie Rück, Danish Housing and Planning Authority, Denmark
  • Sweden 
    Sara Borgström, WSP, Martin Erlandsson, IVL or Kristina Einarsson, The Swedish National Board of Housing, Building and Planning. Sweden

13:50   Coffee break

14:00    Climate Declaration and BIM – how to practical report CO2- emissions for buildings

  • Presentation of the new standard “ISO 22057 Data templates for the use of environmental product declarations (EPDs) for construction products in building information modelling (BIM)”
    Anne Rønning, Norsus AS, Norway
  • How to use BIM to report CO2-emissions from building materials
    Lars Myhre, Norwegian Home Builders´ Association, Norway

14:40    Presentation of the programmes:

15:00    End of program

We look forward to seeing you online!