Climate Crisis Challenge

Property Week has launched the Climate Crisis Challenge in collaboration with UKGBC along with our partners Argent, Mishcon de Reya and Savills.

The PW/UKGBC Climate Crisis perceptions Survey

The Climate Crisis Challenge

The PW/UKGBC Climate Crisis Perceptions Survey

2020-02-21T00:00:00+00:00

What does the property industry really think about the climate crisis? Take part in our survey now and help the industry #BeTheSolution

Coronavirus office masks

Propertyshe Perspectives: Guidance for office workers needed, new lease of life for Whiteleys, kick in the teeth for rural broadband, real estate’s carbon footprint, global connectivity

2020-11-27T17:26:00+00:00By

This week we are trying to come to terms with the end of lockdown and the introduction of the new tiers set out in the Government’s Covid-19 Winter Plan. What seems to be missing is further guidance on when office workers can get back to the office.

Fitting solar panels

Time to fight for a better world

2020-11-26T00:00:00+00:00By Basil Demeroutis

At the height of the Covid pandemic in the spring, wonderful images were shared of clear skies in cities like Mumbai, Shanghai and Los Angeles, as lockdowns improved air quality. They showed what is possible.

Green building

We need a single carbon plan

2020-11-26T00:00:00+00:00By

I am sure I am not the only person heartened by the inclusion in the prime minister’s post-Cummings ‘reset’ agenda of a renewed emphasis on green matters.

Goldsmith Street

The net-zero ambition loop

2020-11-19T00:00:00+00:00By Julie Hirigoyen

Yesterday marked the closing of the Race to Zero November Dialogues (9-19 November 2020), an online event convened in lieu of the postponed UN Climate Change Conference (COP26).

White Collar Factory

Spinning beach ball Babylon

2020-11-19T00:00:00+00:00By

On a breezy spring day in 2013, I gazed out upon a giant beach ball, tethered to the roof of a building adjacent to Old Street roundabout, north of the Square Mile.

Climate features

  • Covid-19 vs Cop26

  • Developers prepare for new targets in Environment Bill

  • The time for the built environment sector to act on sustainability is now

  • A new dawn for solar power

  • Zeroing in on the key climate issues

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