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Collective action

With the majority of emissions coming from existing, inefficient buildings, the built environment needs a change in behaviours to help meet net zero targets, says Mark Bruno, a Partner with Ampers and Partners and Chief Ambassador for the CUBE Competition ...

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UK organisations are ‘sleepwalking’ towards a building retrofit crisis

  This is the warning from a new report The Role of Retrofitting our Non-Domestic Buildings in the Race to Net Zero, by Ridge and Partners LLP, a multi-discipline property and construction consultancy. The report shows that fewer than one in ...

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Mitie publishes e-book on how to overcome the five biggest challenges to reaching net zero

Mitie has released a new e-book which explores the most common challenges faced by organisations looking to reach net zero and offers solutions on how to tackle them effectively. As one of the the UK’s leading facilities management company, Mitie’s ...

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Ground Control announces commitment to net zero by 2038

Biodiversity and land management business, Ground Control, has announced its commitment to becoming net zero by 2038, in line with targets submitted to the Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi) for validation. The transition includes achieving interim targets in 2030 and ...

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MIPIM 2023

The world’s leading real estate event MIPIM 2023 in Cannes attracted 23,000 delegates from 90 countries ranging from real estate executives and trade association representatives to political leaders and suppliers from across the entire value chain. Jo Sutherland reports This ...

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New HSE training report showcases attitudes towards climate change

Some UK companies are still dragging their feet when it comes to aiming for net zero by 2050, according to a new study released by health and safety training specialist Astutis Ltd The 2022-2023 Health, Safety and Environmental Training Report ...

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Amey hits key milestone on journey to net zero

Infrastructure services and engineering company, Amey, has gained verification of its carbon footprint from 2019 to 2021 with the British Standards Institution (BSI). Achieving verification with the globally recognised ISO 14064-1 (quantification and reporting of greenhouse gas emissions and removals), ...

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Local authorities must decarbonise UK public buildings ‘five times faster’ to meet net zero targets

The UK government is currently missing one of its core Net Zero commitments to reduce CO2 emissions by 101 years, according to the Public Building Energy Efficiency Report. CO2 emissions from public buildings need to be reduced five times faster ...

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New report focuses on benefits of a technology-agnostic approach to achieve Net Zero

The Sustainable Energy Association (SEA) and Partners’ latest report brings together expertise from across the industry to explain why incorporating a diverse range of low-carbon technologies into heat and buildings policy is crucial to delivering Net Zero. Government policy should ...

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Access to data is a major challenge faced by the property sector as it decarbonises

The British Property Federation (BPF), in partnership with JLL, has released a report today that identifies the key challenges the property sector faces as it decarbonises and provides a series of policy recommendations. Access to data is a major challenge ...

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