Sustainability & Climate Change Blogs

Sustainability doesn’t have to be boring – it just has to be sustainable. Hope you enjoy reading our fun facts, insights and blogs.

 

MEES Compliance: Does it make common sense for commercial landlords?

It’s been more than a year since the MEES regulations came in, with threats of fines up to £150,000 for ...
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As the temperature rises, businesses need to keep things cool

Low Carbon expert Dave Cadwallader of MEES Solutions explains why, in a heatwave, it's important for businesses and their landlords ...
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Isn’t sustainability just about making money?

We love the way the WWF tackled this myth: The scientific evidence that climate change is a real, present threat ...
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Video: The Business case for sustainability

While achieving MEES compliance is essential, and we understand that sustainability is vital for the future of our planet, it ...
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Ramboll: Property investors need to understand the value of sustainability investments

Ramboll has just released its global sustainable buildings market report, which features the UK for the first time. The report ...
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The law demands MEES compliance, but staff want sustainable workplaces, too.

As climate change and severe weather have raised awareness on sustainability issues, a  new survey reveals that 73% of office ...
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If we should stop smoking today, shouldn’t we stop ‘smoking’ the planet too?

We hear often the damage smoking does to our lungs. It's less popular to point out that the more emissions ...
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The laws of nature…!

Sustainability isn't something that we should see as a problem, it's not natural to use more resources than we need ...
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The not-so-smart solutions to sustainability issues

This cartoon by Sustainability Illustrated made us laugh. However, it's a good way to illustrate the way we approach protecting ...
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“It’s only a little bit warmer!”

What difference will a temperature rise of 1.5% make? Isn't it just better weather? The Guardian took a look at ...
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