MIPIM launches "Road to Zero" for 2023 event

MIPIM launches "Road to Zero" for 2023 event

MIPIM, the world’s largest international real estate event, which will take place in Cannes, France between 14-17 March 2023, has launched the Road to Zero area to accelerate the transformation of the built environment towards a more sustainable model.

The new dedicated 400 sq m area at MIPIM will combine exhibition, networking and conference space with a focus on practical methods to decarbonise the real estate industry and will gather all the key players of the built environment engaged in this process: from sustainable investors, to developers, industry and innovative solutions providers.

Along with leading companies Schneider Electric and Schindler as gold and silver sponsors, major names like PwC, Veolia, Building Minds and Carrier are already confirmed as exhibitors in the area.

Carrying on the “Driving Urban Change” theme from MIPIM 2022, the programme of the Road to Net Zero panel talks will cover the following topics:

  • Decarbonising energy infrastructure and investing in low carbon technologies
  • How to implement smart urban tech solutions to develop sustainable cities
  • Increasing biodiversity in urban areas
  • Sustainable retrofitting
  • Implementing net zero data strategies
  • Increasing productivity through offsite modular construction, 3D printing & Industry 4.0

The Road to Zero stage is one of the six new stages to be launched at MIPIM 2023 and will be curated by Urban Land Institute (ULI) as exclusive content partner, along with the World Green Building Council (WGBC) and the World Business Council For Sustainable Development (WBGCSD).

Nicolas Kozubek, MIPIM Director, said: “As the real estate industry strives to achieve net zero, MIPIM aims to assist exhibitors and attendees by providing them with the best practices and case studies. The Road to Zero stage will shine a spotlight on ESG, innovation and technology solutions that help to accelerate the transformation of the built environment towards a more sustainable model.”