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Understanding current business and built environment themes is essential for today's organisations and professionals.
Knowing where to start can be confusing, but this blog can provide a no nonsense awareness to what matters today.
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- RT @BuildWithCarbon: At last! “Restoration of world’s forests would cancel a decade of CO₂ emissions.” We can shift materials choices to #b… 4 hours ago
Monthly Archives: June 2007
NESTA (see below) have published their Hidden Innovation report which looks at innovation systems of six sectors that are seen as having low levels of innovation: oil production, retail banking, construction, legal aid services, education and the rehabilitation of offenders. … Continue reading
Do you want to learn more about accessing innovation? Attend the LBPC Innovation Event on 5th July at UClan Do you want to tell the world about your innovative product or service? Exhibit at the LBPC Innovation Event on 5th … Continue reading
The following was noticed from UK Green Building Council 50% Percentage of UK greenhouse gas emissions from running buildings… 30% …of those emissions could be cut by cheap and simple measures 10% Percentage of UK emissions coming from producing building … Continue reading
The Guardian on Saturday carried the concluding part of a major investigation, by Nick Davies showing how greenhouse gas credits do little or nothing to combat global warming. It is worrying how the offsetting industry has grown in this manner. … Continue reading
Dave over at the Carbon Coach brought my attention to an emotional shock response video from TED. Whilst you may not agree with all in the video, Venture Capitalist, John Doerr’s lucid presentation is indeed worth watching, it includes amongst … Continue reading
The recent article on BSF schools and local business was incorrectly accredited to Miles Barter, when in fact it was written by Andrew Bond of Catalyst Lend Lease. Thanks guys.
A number of items in the news / other websites and blogs have given me cause for thought on construction transport. Procurement for construction will evaluate construction transport miles and travel plans Defra claim only two thirds of solid materials … Continue reading