03-05 March 2020 / ExCeL, London
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In the news

In the news

  • Scotland’s energy minister has said that all new homes in the country will need to use renewable or low-carbon heating from 2024.
  • Property needs to reduce energy demand in office buildings by 60% if it is to help the UK government hit its net zero carbon targets by 2050, a new report finds.
  • The construction industry is wasteful and creates huge CO2 emissions. But what if new buildings had to be adapted and resused or built only with materials already available?
  • We are entering the decade of climate action. It will be a crucial time for humanity and at Davos, this issue has taken its rightful place – at the centre stage on the World Economic Forum's agenda.
  • Residents of Parc Hadau in Pontardawe will generate more clean energy than they can use
  • Wates Group has committed to a “zero harm” environment policy after setting itself demanding targets on waste and carbon emissions.
  • The UK Green Building Council (UKGBC) has today announced the 2020 cohort of its prestigious Future Leaders programme.
  • Offices across Manchester and Liverpool have been verified as net-zero carbon under the UK Green Building Council’s 2019 definition
  • The Conservative party has swept to victory, securing a 78-seat majority – so what is the party promising construction?

  • Dismay from many in the profession as Johnson romps back into No10

  • Activists were left frustrated by the lack of urgency inside negotiating rooms in Madrid

  • The pound and shares have surged after the Conservatives won a clear majority in the UK general election.

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