Tag Archive for 'energy use'

The Law Society in London holding a debate on Sustainable Buildings

February 1st, 2011 by Events

The Law Society is holding a debate on Sustainable Buildings on 29 March 2011 at 113 Chancery Lane, London WC2A 1PL Fifty percent of UK carbon emissions come from the construction and operation of the built environment, in addition to which it is dependent on vital resources such as energy, water and raw materials and […]

Make your New Year’s Resolution a ‘Promise’ to START something good

December 30th, 2010 by Start

Start, an initiative inspired by HRH The Prince of Wales to promote and celebrate sustainable living, is seeking to galvanise people and whole communities across the UK to make ‘promises’ in the New Year related to sustainable living. Start Something Good in 2011 and make a ‘promise’ to lead a more sustainable life from midnight […]

Sustainable Housing: How can we save 80% of our energy use in existing homes?

May 29th, 2010 by Richard Lord

As part of the LSE Sustainability in Practice Lecture series, Anne Power, Professor of Social Policy, Head of LSE Housing and Communities gave a presentation in February 2010 on “Sustainable Housing: how can we save 80% of our energy use in existing homes?” The LSE has made available a PDF file of Professor Anne Power’s […]