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- Planning for sustainable wood-first placemakingNews: In a win for sustainable placemaking, planning permission has been granted for the biggest timber-structure neighbourhood in the UK.
- Solar-thermal innovation for iconic London hotelNews: Famous London hotel partners with pioneering solar-thermal manufacturer to invest in cutting-edge heat decarbonisation technology.
- New US protocol created for low-carbon cementNews: For construction, the development of a new US protocol for low-carbon cement marks a key step down the road towards decarbonisation.
- Is Net Zero the first casualty in fight for votes?Opinion: As an electioneering UK Prime Minister guns down green policy, Jim McClelland asks: Will Net Zero survive this ballot-box battle?
- Will the supply chain be the scapegoat for Net Zero?Net Zero: As clients get real about cutting carbon, Jim McClelland asks: Will it be their suppliers who pay the price and feel the pain?
- Green building first for smart new Salford designNews: Home to Europe’s largest living wall, UK green building will become first new office design to achieve record-breaking energy rating.
- Sustainability will be measured in heat pumpsHeat pumps have become the new metric of success for sustainability in the built environment, argues Jim McClelland in this opinion piece.
- COP28: Health check for the climate agendaCOP28: A new focus on health at the end-of-year climate summit looks tailor-made for the built environment sector, argues Jim McClelland.
- Sustainable luxury for first skyscraper in GreeceNews: Tallest building in Greece to become sustainable high-rise landmark of largest and most ambitious urban regeneration project in Europe.
- Is a fossil-free future within reach for steel?Steelmaking: Decarbonisation is difficult, but doable. Can the industry stop being part of the climate problem and become part of a solution?
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