03-05 March 2020 / ExCeL, London
Tue & Wed 10:00 – 18:00, Thu 10:00 – 16:00

In the news

In the news

  • The twin crises of climate breakdown and biodiversity loss are the most serious issue of our time.
  • Seventeen laureates demand accelerated carbon reduction and government cash

  • Canary Wharf Group Defines the City of the Future in Latest Sustainability Report
  • Galliford Try has rejected a £1.1bn bid from Bovis Homes to take over the contractor’s housebuilding and regeneration and partnerships businesses.
  • Gusto Homes, the Newark-based housebuilder, has started the second phase of an eco-housing development near Lincoln.
  • Britain has set a new record for going without coal-powered energy, but how long will it last and when will we ditch the dirty fuel entirely?
  • Millions of people in Great Britain do not have access to a nearby park or green space, a study suggests.
  • The Considerate Constructors Scheme - the organisation established to improve the image of construction - has expanded to offer professional service organisations the opportunity to register with the Scheme.
  • Defra releases review of its long-term environmental targets which it claims show 90 per cent of actions are on course, but green groups have offered a lukewarm response
  • Steep decline in coal-fired electricity generation means no need for new coal mines, campaigners claim
  • Jeremy Corbyn to make pledge as part of party’s ‘green industrial revolution’
  • Japan’s biggest house builder has struck a £90m deal with Homes England and Urban Splash to deliver thousands of new properties across England

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