Glass Futures lands £7.1m government contract to decarbonise sector

The study, which is due to be completed in March 2021, will investigate and recommend the most cost-effective and environmentally efficient way to clean up the glass industry’s emissions

Building and engineering firm Sir Robert McAlpine commits to 2024 net zero

The firm plans to deliver ‘a measurably positive impact on local communities and the environment’ and empower individuals across the business to drive its sustainability agenda

Electrifying Europe’s energy-intensive sectors ‘could cut emissions by 60%’

A new report from Bloomberg New Energy Finance suggests this could see greenhouse-gas emissions reduced by 60% by 2050

New £3.6m fund to help public sector retrofit homes for a zero carbon London

The funding will be used to make social housing in the capital more energy efficient

Breedon Group resurfaces A92 road with recycled asphalt

The firm worked in collaboration with Eurovia and BEAR Scotland on behalf of an investment made by Transport Scotland

Serpentine Pavillion 2020 architects showcase role of green building materials

This year’s edition of the temporary architectural installation in Kensington Gardens will be designed and created by Johannesburg-based Counterspace