Archive for 'carbon'
Endorsed by the Prime Minister, NHS Sustainability Day 2013 takes place on 28th March 2013 and is set to be a day of action on sustainability from NHS Trusts and stakeholders across the UK.
As a growing aging population means greater demand for residential care, Jerome Baddley considers whether environmentally sustainable care services are possible and even offer cost, health and wellbeing co-benefits.
The British Standards Institution's 3rd Annual Carbon & Environmental Footprinting Conference will examine product footprinting, opportunities for business development and cost savings, and product sustainability.
An exciting new collaborative project between the Home Office, ACPO Secured by Design Crime Prevention Initiatives and the University of Surrey will investigate the synergies between a low crime and low carbon society.
The SDRN highlights recent research and publications on sustainable cities: cities leading green economies, carbon emissions, urban air quality, adaptation to climate change, future cities.
The SDRN highlights new publications on carbon and climate change: DECC publishes Carbon Plan; bridging the emissions gap; fairness and sustainable consumption; cabbies and climate change; communicating confidence and uncertainty.
The National Sustainable Public Procurement Programme's private sector carbon literacy e-learning resource helps develop understanding of the terminology and principles associated with the greenhouse effect and climate change.
The National Sustainable Public Procurement Programme's carbon literacy e-learning resource helps develop awareness and understanding of the terminology and principles associated with the greenhouse effect and climate change.
28 June 2011, Central London: an opportunity to examine the government’s plans for the low carbon economy, the progress of the Energy Bill and how the Green Deal is working in practice.
Paul Hinds, Head of Sustainability at Natural England, describes its progress in reducing its carbon emissions, using mostly simple low cost measures to achieve estimated savings of £1.75 million a year.