The World Green Building Council (WorldGBC) has developed a framework to weave social impact into the construction sector's low-carbon transition.
Danish start-up Continuum has developed a world-first method of recycling wind turbine blades into composite building materials, and the company could potentially base its first factory in Scotland.
Jennifer Thomson, chief product officer at MachineMax, argues that the abundance of accessible data, coupled with state-of-the-art telematics and data solutions, instils optimism in decarbonising construction.
From the historic industrial centre of Manchester, Concretene has developed a graphene-enhanced liquid admixture that enhances the best qualities of concrete while reducing the carbon footprint of construction projects. The startup was founded in 2022 by Rob Hibberd and Alex McDermott.
ShareAction has called on the Government to use this year’s King’s Speech to boost public health by introducing mandatory requirements on companies’ and investors’ social impact and the risks posed by social issues.
James Carusone, vice president, West Region, at Eco Material Technologies, explores a range of innovations to decarbonise concrete, which is widely used in the construction sector.
Perkins & Will and Healthy Building Network have released two pioneering reports to inform the selection of sustainable construction materials.
In this week's roundup of disruptive technology, we delve into three recent trends that are rapidly entering into the mainstream.
The Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB) has published a new sustainability guide, providing practical advice on how the sector’s professionals can align their work with net zero goals while creating a clean and healthy environment for local communities.
Sustainable Growth Out Loud brings you fortnightly episodes on ESG, net zero and energy transition, helping you and your business stay on top of the latest developments. Hosted by SG Voice journalists Giulia Bottaro, Felicia Jackson and Heather Dinwoodie.