Monthly Archives: August 2014

A favourite twitter recipe

Twitter has changed the way we can view favourites, and indeed view other peoples favourites in our timelines. With so much great information, comment and experiences now shared across twitter, particularly for me in the sustainability, BIM, construction and CSR … Continue reading

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Sustainability on the late radio show

I was delighted to be invited on to the Elizabeth Alker Sunday late radio show on BBC Lancashire / BBC Manchester and discuss sustainability and improving energy use in the home. Below is a precise of my comments, links and references: My … Continue reading

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What can social media offer in support of Construction Innovation, Information, Process and Management?

Today’s construction and built environment sector faces exciting but immense cultural, societal and technological changes. This is evidenced through a myriad of issues; a rapid escalation in the need for improved sustainability; better information management and advanced construction techniques; to … Continue reading

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Managing Construction Carbons

Managing construction carbon is an essential part of successful project management. If you are not already using constructco2, here is our latest update release for the ConstructCO2 carbon monitoring toolkit… As part of the annual review of the ConstructCO2 toolkit’s conversion factors we have updated the Modes … Continue reading

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Getting lost in maps

Its not often that I blog here on my fascination with maps. But yesterday’s find in a charity shop, a 1955 map of my home area, an OS Sheet SD54 1:25,000, brought home once again how wonderful it is to … Continue reading

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#SustLdrConv – Update to our autumn series.

Sustainability is moving into new territories, with new leaders and leadership styles. Social media is increasingly being used as a tool for engaging, learning and sharing to further the emerging collective of sustainability leadership and organizational development approaches. Because we realized … Continue reading

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Restorative Sustainability – Once something exists, no one can say it’s impossible

Insights from a Sustainability Leadership Conversation with Denis Hayes: Martin Brown and Andrea Learned As part of the Sustainability Leadership Conversation series we held a twitter conversation with Denis Hayes, founder of EarthDay and CEO of the Bullitt Center in Seattle … Continue reading

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