Monthly Archives: December 2015

Construction Industry Commitments to reduce Embodied Carbon

This post has now been updated. In the lead up to COP21 in Paris, a number of companies made high profile commitments to reduce their carbon impact, but companies such as Interface, Wilmott Dixon and Marshalls have been making serious commitments to … Continue reading

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Happy Christmas, and an upcycled post to end 2015!

Wishing all my readers a Happy Christmas and my best wishes for 2016! Firstly, if you wish to celebrate in Australia, here are some sustainable beers and an article from CAMRA about sustainable brewing in the UK. The Australian Conservation Foundation have … Continue reading

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It could have been a whole lot worse, but it needed to be a whole lot better.  Our kids have a lot of work to do.

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Climate Change and the need to act…

In alphabetical order, here are links to my blogs on how a wide range of influential people and organisations talking about what needs to be done (and what they are doing in some cases) about Climate Change. The British Public … Continue reading

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Irish business on climate change and the need to act

Taken from the Irish Times, 27 November 2015 “Today, more Irish companies (and Irish-based companies) are embracing the concepts of carbon reduction and energy efficiency, if not for their own peace of mind, then for that of their investors and … Continue reading

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The European Environment Agency on climate change and the need to act…

Cool video!

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