Net Zero carbon buildings news: World Green Building Council launches GRESB, the leading global sustainability benchmark for real estate portfolios, to recognise companies that make a Net Zero Carbon Buildings Commitment.
Sustainable building news: 2020 will be a defining year for the UK’s built environment, marking the dawn of a decade of action in which the industry will be transformed by the UN’s 2030 agenda for sustainable development.
Sustainable building designs news – climate action Friday 11 December by #FridaysForFuture – C40 cities have taken thousands of actions to reduce carbon emissions and improve public health
New York-based #WeThePlanet Campus design by German architects 3deluxe: inspirational structure nurtures opportunities for people-friendly architecture: WAFX 2021 prize winners news
The Danish Building and Property Agency awards construction of government office hub in Odense, Denmark to C.F. Møller Architects: building’s load-bearing construction will be built in timber
Imagine the mobility and industry of tomorrow, the Institute of Sustainable Mobility and Transport, designed by Coldefy, form an ecosystem dedicated to sustainable design in France
Designed by CRA-Carlo Ratti Associati, A Hot Hearth In A Cool City, Helsinki, is a series of islands with the dual function of storing thermal energy storage and serving as a hub for recreational activities
The Recycled Ocean Plastic Resort brief asked Margot Krasojević Architects to design an off-coast floating hotel with sustainability at the forefront – references to land reclamation and renewable energy
Sonova Wireless Competence Center Murten building news – one of Switzerland’s first zero-energy office buildings – pioneering architecture will provide employees with a modern and inspiring workplace
Floating Home, Amsterdam, by i29 architects is part of Schoonschip, a new floating village of 46 households that aims to create Europe’s most sustainable floating community.
“Zero Carbon Buildings 2050” report by Independent research organisation CE Delft recommends long-term roadmap of policies to deliver essential carbon reductions in residential building sector.