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.
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.
“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.
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
Perkins&Will which designs offices for some of the world’s largest firms is the first architect in the world to have pledged to deliver net-zero interiors and fit-outs for commercial tenants.
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.
Four mayors from leading world cities including Oslo, Los Angeles, Mexico City and Budapest have pledged to halve emissions from all construction activities by 2030.
Climate and Biodiversity Emergency declared by leading UK landscape architects: they call on landscape architecture firms around the world to act in response to climate breakdown and biodiversity collapse.
Why green rooftops should become the new normal for cities: Strelka KB study, carried out during the COVID-19 lockdown, shows that greening strategies have multiple positive effects
Concrete is essential for our economy and our way of life, now and in the future. New homes, schools, hospitals, workplaces, roads, railways, and the infrastructure that gives us clean water, sanitation and renewable energy.
3deluxe was commissioned by New York-based organization #WeThePlanet Campus to create an inspirational structure that nurtures opportunities for people-friendly architecture
“Concrete is causing climate catastrophe. It is time to break the silence”, say The Concrete Generation, Sweden: “We need the UN climate development goals to recognize sustainable materials like wood to create a healthier planet”.
Campaigners call on governments to take action. To mark the International Day for Biological Diversity (May 22nd), campaigning charity Population Matters is calling on governments across the world to take action to address population in order to protect biodiversity.
Designed by Ken Lo, of Chain10 Architecture & Interior Design Institute, the Biosphere is located close to the north-south highway in Taiwan on a plot less than 30 meters wide.