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Natalia Ford, UK Green Building Council (UK-GBC)

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Energy Institute: ESOS Tools

Energy Institute: ESOS Tools

Summary page of all EI's ESOS tools and guidance including:
- FAQ document
- ESOS webinar
- Energy Efficiency Update
- latest ESOS publications and guidance
- ESOS toolkit
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It's Alive! Can you imagine the urban building of the future?

It's Alive! Can you imagine the urban building of the future?

The study, undertaken by Arup’s Foresight + Innovation team, foresees that structures will be fully integrated into the fabric of the city,... Read more…

Postcards from 2050: Future solutions to challenges in the built environment

Postcards from 2050: Future solutions to challenges in the built environment

UK-GBC asked senior industry leaders (from its Leaders’ Network) to present existing challenges across a range of issues and the next generation of CEOs (from its Future Leaders programme) to respond to each, as if writing from 2050. Read more…

Complying with the Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme v.05

This guidance is published by the Environment Agency as the UK scheme administrator for the Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme, on behalf of all the UK regulators which are:
•Environment Agency for organisations whose registered office is in England. Read more…

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…

Akzo Nobel Sustainability Report 2014

Akzo Nobel Sustainability Report 2014

This Sustainability Statements section of the Report 2014 is separate from, and does not in any way form part of the company’s annual financial reporting as defined in article 5:25c of the Dutch Financial Markets Supervision Act. Read more…

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