All Climate crisis articles – Page 5

  • Chris Miller-Jones - Headshot
    Online

    Europa appoints ESG director

    2022-08-22T08:42:00Z

    Europa Capital has appointed Chris Miller-Jones to the newly created role of ESG director.

  • Robert Whitton
    Insight

    Planet should be priority for PM

    2022-08-04T00:00:00Z

    Last month, the Met Office reported Britain’s hottest recorded temperature – a roasting 40.3°C. An extraordinary and terrifying milestone. Most climate scientists agree climate change is the reason we are seeing such brutal temperatures.

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    News

    Developers look to the skies as building costs rise ever higher

    2022-08-03T00:00:00Z

    Adding storeys to new or existing buildings is making projects financially viable and environmentally friendly.

  • Kings Cross
    Insight

    A walk through King’s Cross

    2022-08-02T16:29:00Z

    Walking through King’s Cross today, I pass office workers eating lunch by the water in Pancras Square, children playing on the grass in Lewis Cubitt Park and visitors relaxing by steps to the Regent’s Canal. 

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    Heat is on the industry as extreme weather looks likely to become the norm

    2022-07-28T00:00:00Z

    Experts say new builds are well equipped to deal with heatwaves but existing ones are no longer fit for purpose.

  • Bloom Clerkenwell. Setting a new benchmark for health, wellbeing and sustainability with WELL Platinum, BREEAM Outstanding and WiredScore Platinum Certifications and EPC A ra
    News

    HB Reavis to halve embodied carbon emissions by 2030

    2022-07-27T14:24:00Z

    Workspace provider HB Reavis has committed to reducing the embodied carbon emissions of its UK portfolio by more than 50% and to reducing whole-building operational energy intensity by 60% by 2030.

  • Climate change
    Insight

    Why high-density housing is key

    2022-07-27T00:00:00Z

    Without immediate and significant reductions in carbon emissions, global warming will exceed 1.5°C, according to the UN. Two of the biggest contributors to UK emissions are travel and the heating of homes, which together account for 63% of the UK’s carbon output.

  • PW220722_carbon neutral_shutterstock_2016170414_cred Andrii Yalanskyi
    Insight

    We must future-proof our world

    2022-07-27T00:00:00Z

    As we embarked on the second-ever awareness week for net zero earlier this month, discussions surrounding the sustainability and longevity of our buildings reached fever pitch, particularly within the context of the UK’s commitment to a net zero economy by 2050 and a 33% reduction in whole-life cost by 2025.

  • Alexander Stadium
    Markets

    Brum goes for gold and green

    2022-07-27T00:00:00Z

    Commonwealth Games host Birmingham is aiming for a sustainable legacy.

  • Climate change
    Online

    Why is our next PM not talking about the climate emergency?

    2022-07-25T10:50:00Z

    This month, the Met Office recorded Britain’s hottest recorded temperature – a roasting 40.3°C. An extraordinary and terrifying milestone. Most climate scientists agree that climate change is the reason we are seeing such brutal temperatures.

  • St. Modwen Homes_Longbridge_All-electric homes (1)
    Online

    St Modwen to build 350 all-electric homes in Longbridge

    2022-07-25T09:22:00Z

    St Modwen has revealed plans to deliver up to 350 new all-electric homes on the historic MG Rover site that was once home to the MINI in Birmingham.

  • Net zero
    News

    Pick Everard pledges to become carbon net-zero by end of 2022

    2022-07-22T12:33:00Z

    Consultancy Pick Everard has unveiled plans to emit net zero carbon by the end of the year in its latest business strategy announcement.

  • Climate change
    Insight

    Rising heat, rising risks

    2022-07-21T23:00:00Z

    Climate change has arrived. These are not my words, and they were not triggered by this week’s stifling heatwave. They were the opening sentence of a report handed to ministers in June a year ago. 

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    Heatwaves serve as a final warning

    2022-07-20T23:00:00Z

    As temperatures soar across England and Wales, many office buildings are going to become unusable. This, I believe, should be seen as a powerful warning for real estate investors.

  • Joe Warren
    News

    Knight Frank recruits ESG specialist

    2022-07-20T15:15:00Z

    Property consultancy Knight Frank has appointed Joe Warren as associate on its environmental, social, and governance (ESG) consulting team.

  • Zero carbon
    Insight

    Net zero: redemption is possible

    2022-07-19T23:00:00Z

    “It’s not going away, right?” These five simple words, recently uttered by one of my colleagues, neatly encapsulate the issue of climate change on our industry, and on society and humanity in general.

  • Climate change
    Online

    Converted offices pose increased heatwave risk, Zurich UK warns

    2022-07-15T11:03:00Z

    Office-to-resi conversions could create homes unfit for future climate conditions, Zurich UK has warned.

  • Helen Gordon
    News

    Survey shows a gloomy outlook for property

    2022-07-14T00:00:00Z

    Respondents to Property Week’s sentiment survey express concern about economic climate.

  • Smart tech net zero
    Insight

    Net zero demands fact not theory

    2022-07-13T23:00:00Z

    With energy prices continuing to rise, creating energy-efficient homes that are affordable to build and run is more vital now than it ever has been. However, housebuilders need to transform the way they develop their designs to deliver the step-change in efficiency that customers are demanding.

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    News

    Whitbread starts work on ‘all-electric’ Premier Inn hotel in Swindon

    2022-07-13T10:17:00Z

    Whitbread has started construction of the first ‘all-electric’ Premier Inn hotel, in Swindon Town Centre, which will be fully heated and powered by grid energy generated from renewable sources and by on-site photovoltaic (PV) cells.