The PW/UKGBC Climate Crisis perceptions Survey
How has Covid affected the property industry’s attitude towards climate change? Property Week reveals the findings of our second annual survey.
The UK’s sixth Carbon Budget has enshrined a new target in law to slash emissions by 78% by 2035. This is the world’s most ambitious climate change target and will see emissions return to their 1990s levels.
Easing quietly out of DHL’s base in Purfleet since late last year, the Volvo FL Electric 4x2 rigid vehicle has the capacity to run for 120 miles and can carry a maximum of 12 pallets and a weight of up to six tonnes. It is also the first fully electric ...
The results of the 2021 Property Week/UKGBC Climate Crisis Survey highlight a polarised view of the impact of Covid-19 on the climate emergency. While almost half of respondents felt the pandemic would accelerate our pivot towards decarbonisation, 34.5% felt it would slow it down.
The government’s loosely defined ‘Build Back Better’ mantra suggests construction of new buildings and infrastructure will be one of the engines of economic recovery, but what might this mean in practice?
Many businesses have committed to net zero and sustainability targets that could have a significant, positive impact on climate change. The world’s largest asset managers have joined a group of investors committing to hit net zero.