The importance of reducing on-site pollutant emissions in construction

Air pollution has been identified as the single largest environmental health risk in Europe. Exposure to even low levels (...)


Supply Chain Puts Spotlight on Fuel Consumption in Construction

Fuel is a costly resource for construction companies. Conserving the energy source can increase a business owner’s financial (...)


We need Behaviour Change and “Life Efficiency”, because efficiency gains and clean energy will never be enough

Behaviour change – reducing emissions by changing how we live our lives – should be part of every government and think tank’s (...)


New tools help communities measure and reduce their emissions locally

The slogan “What you can measure, you can manage” has become a guiding principle for local climate action. There’s an account (...)


Nottingham ready to beat Theresa May’s climate targets

As Theresa May signs into law a commitment to bring the UK’s carbon emissions to net zero by 2050, one city in the UK is (...)


Cutting cities' emissions does have economic benefits – and these ultimately outweigh the costs

  The politics of climate change in Australia has always been about the costs of change. It’s often debated in terms of we (...)


Electric mobility: opportunities and challenges

Emissions generated by transport in Europe are still on the rise, while the electric vehicle sector is struggling to take (...)


Every Building On the Planet Must Be ‘Net Zero Carbon’ by 2050 to Keep Global Warming Below 2°C, New Report

Building Sector—Responsible for 30 Percent of Global Emissions—Has Steep Climb Toward Achieving Paris Agreement Targets  (...)