By Simon Wyatt

The earth is heating up. Within the next decade, temperatures are likely to hit the Paris Agreement’s aspirational limit of 1.5°C and, if we continue with current policies, experts predict that temperatures will rise by at least 3.2°C by 2100.

By Qian Li

Whole life cycle carbon is all upfront embodied carbon and operational carbon emissions, including […]

By Tavis Creswell-Wells

As outlined in our recent blog, Step by step: How to achieve a net zero building, everything starts with passive design optimisation – without this a building cannot hope to be net zero carbon […]

By Simon Wyatt

There’s been a lot of talk in the last 12 months about the impacts of climate change and the need to drastically reduce emissions. It has suddenly become […]

By Natalie Groves

As we open the Cundall Diploma up to new registrations, we’ve asked some of our current participants […]

By James Spears

It’s been a great year for climate change. Unfortunately, that also means it’s been a […]

This week is World Water Week. For Cundall, water forms a key part of our designs across our projects, for our various disciplines […]

First published in MEP Middle East here

A smart city must be a city that capitalises on available technology […]

By Alan Fogarty

While the focus on health and wellbeing in sustainability standards is welcome, we should […]

First published in Design Middle East
By Hala Yousef
Biophilia is Latin for “Love of Life” […]