built environment insight 13 Jul 2020

From risk to resilience: key sustainability issues for the built environment

A year has now passed since the UK government declared an environment and climate emergency and set into law a net zero emissions target to meet its international commitment under the Paris Agreement.  During the last six months, the Covid-19 pandemic has taken centre-stage and has deflected government and media attention away from climate action.  There has however been growing global consensus that any successful economic recovery must be a sustainable one, and the Chancellor has promised "a green recovery with concern for the environment at its heart". 

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