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  • Global Climate Strike

    13 Aug 2019
    The UKGBC team are backing the Global Climate Strike taking place on the 20 September. 
  • ‘Earth has never felt smaller, its natural ecosystems never under such direct threat,’ says UN adviser
  • The government has invited businesses to bid in two competitions worth up to £36m to fund collaborative R&D and demonstrator projects.
  • London could become a private car-free zone by 2030, with Transport for London (TfL) offering free bus travel and access to a ride-hailing service of electric cars, a think tank has said.
  • Up to a third of new cases of childhood asthma in Europe could be caused by air pollution, a study has found.
  • It also pledges a carbon-neutral shipment program by 2020
  • Engineers have designed a new system that can help cool buildings in cities without consuming electricity.
  • Buildings owned by the Isle of Wight Council will be powered on 100% renewable electricity from 1st October after the council chose to sign up to a new green provider called Ecotricity.

  • New reliance on sub-contractors could lead to 'reputation-damaging mistakes', industry leaders warn

  • Ethiopia has planted more than 350 million trees in a day, officials say, in what they believe is a world record.

  • Future smart homes will include a range of technologies designed to make homes more intelligent and eco-friendly, a panel of experts has said.

  • Construction’s largest ever government-backed initiative is offering innovative businesses the chance to be part of a programme which will create the next generation of new build projects.

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