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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: January 2012
Cutting Costs and Carbon Kicking off a new series of seminars and knowledge sharing, Green Vision, the sustainable networking organisation for the property and construction sector, is hosting its first event of the year this week, with ‘Green Building Drivers … Continue reading
I have commented elsewhere on this blog that ‘transparency’, driven by the increasingly easy access to information and the seemingly ubiquitous use of social media, could well become a central theme and driver for sustainability and CSR during 2012 and beyond. Last week Apple released … Continue reading
A Summary of Green Deal Consultation Responses collated via twitter: The public consultation process for Green Deal closed last Wednesday with DECC reporting over 600 responses. It will be interesting how DECC make sense of all. A quick read through … Continue reading
Yesterdays, press release from the FMB illustrates the frustation developing within Green Deal and hindering preparation for Green Deal and addressing the requirements of PAS 2030 and Code of Practice. These are the same frustrations I hear from green deal … Continue reading
There has been a spate of interesting “Green Deal will fail articles” recently, for example DECC research suggests Green Deal will flop from Business Green Green deal suffers setback as loft insulations set to plummet from the Guardian and on George … Continue reading
The RAE (Royal Academy of Engineering) have today published their report: Heat: Degrees of Comfort, Options for heating home in a low carbon economy. There is no possibility that the UK can meet its 2050 target for CO2 emissions without a fundamental change … Continue reading