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What does CBAM stand for and it's implications on businesses

CBAM, or Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism, is a policy designed to level the playing field for manufacturers in different regions of the world by ensuring that imported goods are subject to the same environmental standards as those produced domestically.

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What is an EPD and how can I use it?

EPD stands for Environmental Product Declaration. An EPD is a document in which you can find data about the environmental impact of a certain building material. This data is presented in a standardized way, which makes it a lot easier to compare different materials

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Embodied Carbon vs Operational Carbon – The Key to Sustainable Construction

In the world of sustainable construction, two important terms often come into play: embodied carbon and operational carbon. While both are critical to understanding the environmental impact of a building, they differ in terms of what they measure and how they contribute to carbon emissions.

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5 Ways Businesses Can Reduce Their Carbon Emissions

As a business, you not only want to reduce your carbon footprint but also become an excellent example for clients and partners.

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ARE WE SPENDING ENOUGH TIME AND MONEY TACKLING THE CLIMATE CRISIS?

According to the Climate Change Committee (CCC), the UK is not spending enough to fight climate changes or its impacts. The CCC is suggestion that investment of about £10 billion is needed annually to overcome the devastation caused by the upsurge in heatwaves, droughts and flooding that has been a more regular occurrence over the last few years.

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GROWING UK'S NET-ZERO ECONOMY IS A £70BN LEVELLING UP OPPORTUNITY

That is according to a major new report from Energy and Climate Intelligence Unit (ECIU). Produced in partnership with CBI Economics and Datacity, the report identifies dozens of net-zero ‘hotspots’ across the UK, where low-carbon industries are primed to grow and already account for 4-7% of GVA

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Change urgently needed in UK Cities to meet Net-Zero Targets

Published from a new study launched by E.ON and the UK Green Building Council, targets will not be met by 2050 unless drastic changes are implemented across the UK.

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Zero carbon clusters with a circular economy

I believe that we must all consider very carefully every element of our throw-away society, and re-think how we manage our resources. We must re-evaluate, whether as consumers, suppliers, or manufacturers, how we source, make, and use products, and what we do with the waste materials afterwards.

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Is Biofuel truly sustainable?

A reflective analysis of the sustainability issues that surround the topic of bioenergy.

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Carbon Accounting and reporting

Carbon footprinting, accounting and reporting is fast becoming a hot topic of conversation as we approach COP26. Carbon accounting and reporting is helping companies get an accurate representation of their carbon emissions and take ownership of the emissions they emit.

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UK government outlining their extensive net-zero strategy

“Net Zero Strategy: Build Back Greener” on how they plan to decarbonise the nation by "transforming every sector of the global economy".

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Blue or Green...

and why the hype about hydrogen?

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Podcast Review: The Climate Question.

The first podcast was released on 02 November 2020 by the BBC world service, discussing the current climate crisis. It is the introduction to the weekly podcast about the climate crisis.

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Book Review: "How to Avoid Climate Disaster" Bill Gates

How are we going to avoid climate change disaster after literally decades of environmental mismanagement? In this book, Bill Gates takes on the challenge of detailing the impending climate change problems we face using a well-reasoned and refreshingly honest approach of how we can avoid climate disaster.

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