International collaboration to create standards and policies for the construction industry is vital to bring down the industry's carbon footprint, argues Professor Matti Kuittinen of Aalto University in a paper published in Buildings & Cities.
Carbon capture is essential to reduce the impact of human carbon dioxide emissions on our climate.
British renewable heat innovator Naked Energy today expands their European presence with a new partnership with building maintenance and management company City Service Engineering (CSE).
Increasing energy efficiency in buildings can save money—and it can also decrease the carbon emissions and air pollution that lead to climate change and health harms. But the climate and health benefits of reducing...
The US has committed to reaching net-zero emissions by 2050. To accomplish this goal, large cuts in emissions are necessary, especially in high-emission sectors like the building industry.
New research has revealed the UK’s least green cities, with Nottingham coming out on top.
To support the worldwide struggle to reduce carbon emissions, many cities have made public pledges to cut their carbon emissions in half by 2030, and some have promised to be carbon neutral by 2050.
The climate control used by termites in their mounds could inspire tomorrow's climate-smart buildings. New research from Lund University in Sweden shows that future buildings inspired by the termites could achieve the same effect as traditional climate control, but with greater energy efficiency and without its carbon dioxide footprint.
Soletair Power (Finland) has developed a unique solution for extracting carbon dioxide (CO2) from building ventilation systems to help achieve carbon net zero and even carbon negative building projects.
The Net Zero Technology Centre (NZTC) and the North Sea Transition Authority (NSTA) have today [date] announced a collaborative initiative aimed at revolutionising the way asset operators measure and monitor emissions.