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Case study: Oxford City Council - Carbon Management Plan

Case study: Oxford City Council - Carbon Management Plan

In 2011, Oxford City Council achieved its target of reducing its own carbon emissions by 25%. It is now working with local private, public and non-profit organisations to reduce Oxford’s overall carbon emissions by 40% by 2020 to become an exemplar low carbon city. 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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Low Carbon Workplace: Mansel Court

Low Carbon Workplace: Mansel Court

Mansel Court is a 22,000 square foot commercial office in Wimbledon that has been refurbished by the Low Carbon Workplace, a partnership between sustainability experts the Carbon Trust, asset manager Columbia Threadneedle and developer Stanhope. Read more…

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Case study: University of Reading – Carbon Reduction Strategy

Case study: University of Reading – Carbon Reduction Strategy

In 2010, the University of Reading designed and implemented a Carbon Management Programme with the assistance of the Carbon Trust. Their motivation... Read more…

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Case study: Adactus Housing Group - Carbon Management Plan

Case study: Adactus Housing Group - Carbon Management Plan

Adactus Housing Group has reduced its carbon emissions by 25% within four years, a year ahead of schedule, helping to reduce customer costs. Adactus Housing Group provides more than 13,000 homes and employs over 500 staff in the North West of England. Read more…

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Low carbon cities are the core of Malaysia's green future

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The biggest and best opportunities are most often found in cities. This is the view that is driving increasing levels of urbanisation around the world, especially in Asia where the fastest rates of growth are occurring. Read more…

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