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The Miracle of Clean Water

If you’re reading this, chances are you’ve got plenty of clean water for all of your needs, from drinking to washing to gardening, and because it’s so easy to access in many parts of the modern world, we often don’t even think twice about it. But in many parts of the world, including off-grid parts […]

June 30th

Designing the Sustainable Cities of the Future

With the pressure of increased population and aging infrastructures, we’re either going to have to build lots of new cities, or work to redesign and retrofit the cities we have to cope with more people, more traffic, and higher energy and water demands. At first glance, designing sustainable cities from the ground up, starting with […]

Why is the UK Scrapping the Code for Sustainable Homes?

The Code for Sustainable Homes was introduced in 2006. It aims to provide a national standard against which the energy performance of new homes can be assessed and, as a result, help to reduce carbon emissions in the residential construction industry. How the Code Works The Code has been well received over the years, and […]

December 11th

How your business can use less water

Water these days is a precious and expensive resource. For both economic and social conscience reasons, it’s imperative that we all do what we can to use less water and to make sure that what we do use is utilized in a responsible and efficient manner. You’ll find here a few ideas about how your […]

December 2nd

The Future Is Renewable

The search for ways to meet our energy needs whilst also making sure that we don’t strip the planet of its natural resources is something that more people than ever are becoming concerned with. The desire to cut back on emissions and reduce our carbon footprint is becoming a consideration in so many of the […]

October 5th

Common Health Hazards in the Workplace and How to Prevent Them

Workplace safety has come a long way since the old times when miners would take canaries underground with them as the only indication of breathable air, and oil drillers would regularly be crushed by their own machinery. Yes, today’s workplace is a far more safely run environment than ever before, but sadly not everything can be accounted for. There will always be some health and safety hazards in the workplace, and it is important to recognize them in order to be able to avoid them.

October 30th