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Understanding current business and built environment themes is essential for today's organisations and professionals.
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Monthly Archives: March 2007
A few items of relevant news have landed onto my computer this week – all make great reading and illustrate the change we are or will see in our industries: CO-OPERATIVE BANK OPENS NEW ‘GREEN’ BRANCH In fact the Cooperative … Continue reading
Hot on the heels of my post yesterday questioning targets for our building sector is the announcement from British Land: Three reports came through to my PC today: Britain’s ‘biggest landlord’ to go carbon neutral One of the United Kingdom’s … Continue reading
The above title came from the recently received e-newsletter from the USA 2030 Challenge. The 2030 challenge seeks to reduce carbon emissions from new and existing buildings by 2030. The newsletter and the 2030 challenge makes for excellent reading, in … Continue reading
If you didn’t get the Observer property section on Sunday it could be well worth tracking down. The whole section was devoted to Green Property issues which will be of interest to those in the housing market as well as … Continue reading
It is sad that at a time when climate change and carbon management in our industry is in the spot light the Lancashire Best Practice Club has had to postpone a sustainability event due to low take up and apparent … Continue reading