Whilst the lighting industry has always been very good at recycling, using recycled components and green energy this is not what the circular economy is about.

By Simon Wyatt and Richard Twinn

Originally posted on Building online.

While those of us who specialise in sustainability have been pushing the green agenda for years, it has only been in the last few that we have seen a significant increase in the demand for […]

By Shauna Murray

Earlier this week, we held a webinar about the launch of NABERS UK; a simple reliable system for […]

By David Clark

The new AU Green Star Buildings rating tool launched in October 2020 is a step change in ambition for the property industry. It has had a complete overhaul to reflect the challenges facing Australia over the next 20 years including climate change, biodiversity loss, health and wellbeing and the need for a more circular economy. […]

By Shauna Murray

There is no denying that Covid-19 has shone a spotlight on mental health awareness in 2020. Even before the pandemic, […]

By Duncan Cox

As we all adapt to change since Covid and in recognition of Earth Overshoot Day […]

By Madlen Jannaschk

In our six previous steps, we outlined the practical measures required to physically reduce the carbon footprint of a building in its construction and operation. This final step looks at the importance of transparency […]

By Qian Li

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

By Marcos Dominguez

In step 3 to Net Zero, we investigate how to eliminate fossil fuel use […]

By Rory Huston

Rory Huston joined Cundall just over a year ago as our Global Head of Knowledge Management, and has a passion […]