Tag Archives: sustainability

Brentford only Premier League club to make top 10 of sustainability report

Brentford are the only Premier League team to have made the top 10 in a report assessing the country’s most sustainably-run clubs in the top four professional divisions. This Index looks at all 92 clubs who were in the Premier League and the EFL last season, rating the performance of each on a weighted scoring system based on […]

Fireproof fungus offers sustainable cladding alternative

Flat sheets of a fungal material could provide a safe and sustainable new way to fireproof buildings, according to researchers. The panels, developed by a team at RMIT University in Melbourne, Australia, are made of mycelium, a network of fungal strands that can thrive on organic waste and in darkness. Read more via IMECHE

Sustainable Development, Water and Biodiversity

The world has a number of tools at its disposal to achieve action on Water. In 2016, the Strategic Plan was agreed by the Ramsar Convention on Wetlands, in 2022, Parties to the Convention on Biological Diversity agreed on the historic Kunming-Montreal Global Biodiversity Framework. These frameworks will contribute to achievement of the Sustainable Development […]

How can a building’s fit-out affect its sustainability credentials?

Occupiers are demanding best-in-class sustainability credentials from their buildings. But they unknowingly risk rendering those credentials redundant through their fit-out Sustainability is now top of the agenda for many businesses, driven by a growing expectation from their customers to respond to the effects of climate change. As they look to reduce their carbon footprint, there […]