Sustainability

  • Jeddah Waterfront

    Healthy, wealthy and wise – what makes a sustainable city?

    The Gulf infrastructure sector met at Cityscape Global in Dubai this week to discuss how to create healthy, sustainable cities with worldwide carbon targets in mind. What are the options?
    3 years 2 weeks ago
  • Sky's sustainable journey in timber

    Video: So what exactly is Cross Laminated timber?

    Sky’s Health and Fitness Centre is the latest cross-laminated timber structure to open on its west London campus. Read the feature and watch the Trada-supported video.
    3 years 1 month ago
  • Matthew Farrow, EIC

    UK leaders are behind the curve on carbon

    Short term horizons in the UK mean other parts of the world are taking the lead on emissions, writes Matthew Farrow.
    3 years 1 month ago
  • Arthur Kay, chief executive of Bio Bean

    The Opportunities of Urbanisation

    Sustainable global growth means embracing a new attitude to waste as a resource - not least as urban population rapidly expand, say Arthur Kay founder of bio bean.
    3 years 1 month ago
  • Tony Hansen, Global Infrastructure Initiative

    Navigating digital: Transforming transport

    Twenty of the UK’s transport leaders gathered for a frank and vigorous discussion on the impacts of digital on the transport and infrastructure sectors earlier this month as part of the Global Infrastructure Initiative (GII). McKinsey's Tony Hansen assesses to outcome.
    3 years 2 months ago
  • Gavin English, IMC Worldwide

    Infrastructure for economic and social development, and a more sustainable world

    The need for infrastructure development is the great global challenges of our time. For a better, greener, safer and more sustainable world the infrastructure community must unite, says Gavin English.
    3 years 2 months ago
  • Mark Whitby, chairman, WME Consultants

    Greening the Grid

    With the Swansea Lagoon Tidal Power project clear to start, renewable power really is gaining the upper hand over nuclear as a deliverable low carbon power source, says Mark Whitby
    3 years 2 months ago
  • Andrew McNaughton, engineering and construction director, Tidal Lagoon Power

    Interview: Andrew McNaughton on Tidal Lagoon Power’s £30bn renewable ambition

    As engineering and construction director for Tidal Lagoon Power, former Balfour Beatty chief executive Andrew McNaughton plans to start generating power at Swansea in 1300 days to kick start a £30bn zero carbon tidal power industry for the UK.
    3 years 3 months ago
  • Tim Chapman, Arup

    Creating the rules to manage carbon

    Cutting carbon saves cost - Tim Chapman explains how a new PAS standard will help the industry drive forward with the low carbon agenda.
    3 years 3 months ago
  • Swansea Tidal Lagoon Power

    Swansea Tidal Lagoon power plant wins planning permission

    Planning consent for new £1bn “world first” tidal lagoon station starts ball rolling for major £30bn investment in UK zero carbon tidal energy industry over decades.
    3 years 3 months ago

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