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

In the news

In the news

  • Climate activist begins voyage from Plymouth to Trump’s US with father and two-man crew

  • Coffee cup recycling points are to be introduced at train stations, schools and hospitals across the south of England to prevent billions ending up in a landfill.

  • Welcome to BlueCity in Rotterdam, where a collective of 30 small businesses is putting the zero-waste ‘circular economy’ to the test

  • The government has launched an investigation into the biggest power cut in a decade that left millions of homes and businesses in England and Wales without electricity.

  • Global Climate Strike

    13 Aug 2019
    The UKGBC team are backing the Global Climate Strike taking place on the 20 September. 
  • The UK government is not doing enough to encourage companies to be more sustainable, the business lobby group CBI has told the Victoria Derbyshire programme. What can be learned from the world's most sustainable industrial building in the Netherlands?

  • Beef burgers, burritos and other enduring student dishes are off the menu at a London university -- in order to help the fight against the climate crisis.

  • Modular building specialist Caledonian has landed  a £10m order for new student accommodation at Station Approach in Hereford.

  • ‘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.

Partners & Supporters

Sign up to the newsletter