Marshalls successfully halves carbon footprint since 2008

The landscaping and building products manufacturer has delivered this by working to decarbonise its energy supply, vehicles, products and operations

Mighty Buildings raises $100m for carbon-neutral 3D-printed homes

The construction technology company has committed to net zero emissions by 2028

‘Buildings must be reused, not demolished’

RIBA architects claim a circular economy approach should be taken towards construction – with more focus on the reuse of older buildings, rather than their demolition

Nearly a sixth of construction and infrastructure firms say net zero threatens their survival

Although a clear majority of 73% of respondents said they believe that net zero is not a threat to their business, 11% remained unsure and 15% suggested it posed a risk

Dubai Electricity and Water Authority plans ‘largest and smartest’ government net zero building

The total energy used by DEWA’s new headquarters, called Al Shera’a, will be equal to or less than the energy produced on site annually

Historic buildings could boost net zero aims

A new study calls on government to make historic buildings and sites more energy efficient to cut down on emissions

Concrete CCS plans to slash emissions from cement

Sulzer Chemtech and Blue Planet have developed a new technology they claim ‘more than offsets’ the carbon footprint of cement

UK fails to keep pace with increasing climate risks, CCC warns

The Climate Change Committee suggests climate risks will not disappear as the world moves to net zero

How can cement be carbon-neutral?

German building materials company HeidelbergCement has announced it will upgrade one of its factories to make it the world’s first carbon-neutral cement plant

‘Buildings must be designed to be disassembled and recycled at end-of-life’

In a new report, EASAC calls for the footprint of carbon-intensive materials and transport to be included in total emission figures for buildings, rather than simply recording operational consumption