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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: March 2015
Most if not all of our construction sustainability / carbon strategies,standards and targets are based on preventing an increase in global warming temperatures beyond 2 deg C. That may well have to change, with harsher, tougher targets becoming essential. As reported in … Continue reading
Cowed: The Hidden Impact of 93 million Cows on America’s Health, Economy, Politics, Culture and Environment, Denis Hayes and Gail Boyer Hayes Do Cows hibernate Dad? asked one of my sons a decade or so ago when we moved into rural … Continue reading
This year the World Economic Forum identified “water” as one of the top 5 biggest societal and economic risks for the next 10 years. Climate change is affecting the water cycle, with water variability increasing and extreme events (floods and … Continue reading
Having just returned from a visit / tour of sustainability projects in the Cascadia, NW pacific area of Seattle, Vancouver and Squamish, combined with a outdoor vacation, I am now sorting copious notes, photos and observations from the trip that … Continue reading
Just under three weeks back we heard the incredibly sad news that life long friend and mountain companion Mike Wigglesworth succumbed to a heart attack. From the late 60’s early days of cutting mountain teeth through scouting and venture scouting … Continue reading
The UK Living Building Challenge Collaborative hosted at Leeds Sustainability Institute at Leeds Beckett University is currently working through the Standards petals and imperatives to develop a UK translation or ‘overlay. It is therefore timely to revisit and remind us of Mel … Continue reading