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AECOM announces next phase of Sustainable Legacies strategy

AECOM strategy includes net zero targets approved by Science Based Targets initiative.

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Low carbon asphalt solutions trialled in Hertfordshire

Atkins and Hanson complete trial on A414 upgrade using low carbon asphalt solutions.

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Powering the drive to net zero

UK risks missing chance to become global player in EV battery revolution, says Green Finance Institute.

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UKGBC report reveals significant value of nature-based solutions

UKGBC report reveals significant value and benefit of nature-based solutions across urban developments.

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Jacobs recruiting 600 people to support UK and Ireland climate response

National focus on energy security and decarbonisation driving rapid growth.

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WEBINARS! Double-headliners for ACE on Wednesday 18 May

ACE to host two key webinars this Wednesday, 18 May, covering net zero and R&D tax credits.

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The case for nature-based solutions and going beyond net zero

Webinar to look at the increasing importance of nature-based solutions in construction projects.

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New guide published to help industry accelerate action on commercial retrofit

UKGBC guidance offers much-needed clarity on key definitions associated with commercial retrofit.

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Octopus Energy makes first green waves in UK offshore wind power

Octopus boosts offshore wind portfolio with multi-million pound investment in Lincs wind farm in UK.

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Can the UK achieve net zero transport?

Green Infrastructure Week webinar to discuss whether the UK’s ambitions for net zero transport can be achieved.

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Investment in construction’s skills will be key to unlocking net zero

Taking the energy network into a low-carbon future will bring many opportunities for the industry.

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Scottish green minister urges more women to join construction

Lorna Slater urges more women to join construction industry to build a greener future.

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