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New worldwide rating standard for refurbishment  Rate it
New worldwide rating standard for refurbishment The sustainability credentials of building refurbishment and fit-out projects around the world can now be reliably assessed and compared, following the launch of BREEAM International Refurbishment and Fit-Out this month. read more...read more...

Businesses facing 'sustainability crunch'  Rate it
A recent report suggests that businesses across the UK are finding it increasingly difficult to implement and manage their sustainability policies, with a 20 per cent decline in confidence since last year. read more...read more...

Possibly the UK's greenest commercial building ?  Rate it
Possibly the UK's greenest commercial building ? The Enterprise Centre at the University of East Anglia has opened for business following the completion of work on the highly innovative building, which aims to set high standards of sustainability. read more...read more...

Making local woods work for community enterprises  Rate it
Making local woods work for community enterprises Thanks to a grant from the Big Lottery Fund, fifty communities across the UK will receive support to transform unmanaged woodland into opportunities for jobs, leisure, education and services and to improve the health and well being of local people. read more...read more...

Irish government alarmed by Passivhaus proposals  Rate it
The Irish government is fighting plans by a local authority in Dublin to make the Passivhaus standard mandatory for new buildings. The Department of Environment say introducing the standard would slow the construction of new homes. read more...read more...

The women who are leading a solar revolution  Rate it
The women who are leading a solar revolution As darkness falls in Magadi, Kenya, lights come on in the houses - yet not long ago, dusk was a time of unease - farmers began worrying about their cattle, easy prey for hyenas and leopards, while children lit fires to finish their schoolwork, filling homes with smoke. read more...read more...
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