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UK-GBC's Embodied Carbon Week 2014 - Report

UK-GBC's Embodied Carbon Week 2014 - Report

A report summarising Embodied Carbon Week 2014 key findings and next steps following the week of events. The purpose of Embodied Carbon Week was... Read more…

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Webinar: New Eco-Rating Tool for Buildings

Circular Ecology and NSBM Ltd are running a free lunchtime webinar on their Green Apple Award winning project - An eco-rating tool for buildings and construction. Read more…

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Retrofit Coordinator Diploma - RIBA Accredited as Advanced CPD

30% Early Bird Discount until 30th September
Clients with active domestic retrofit projects are in urgent need of leaders and project managers. Read more…

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Low Carbon Retrofit Toolkit

Despite the urgent need, very little work is currently being undertaken for the primary purpose of improving energy efficiency and reducing carbon emissions in the UK’s existing commercial building stock. Read more…

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First Steps in Carbon Management - online course

This CIWM endorsed course provides a comprehensive introduction to carbon management in the UK. It will help you understand the core principles of climate change, carbon management, carbon legislation and how to identify quick wins within your organisation. Read more…

NB: This resource is hosted on a subscription-based website.

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The Crown Estate Development Sustainability Principles

The Crown Estate Development Sustainability Principles

This document sets out a series of sustainability key performance indicators (KPIs) against which all major new builds/redevelopments and refurbishment projects within The Crown Estate’s Urban Portfolio must report. Read more…

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