NEWS THAT CAUGHT THE EYE OF THE GEO-ENVIRONMENTAL TEAM DURING THE WEEK (15/10)

Weekly we bring you a selection of news that caught the eye of the Geo-Environmental team…

Pick of the week:

WORLD STANDARDS DAY 2021

 

 

 

 

 

 

October 14th was World Standards Day. On the 14th of October each year, members of the IEC, ISO, and ITU commemorate World Standards Day, which honors the collaborative efforts of thousands of experts around the world who develop voluntary technical agreements that are published as International Standards.

Read More at: https: www.iso.org

More Stories:

NET ZERO AMBITIONS

Hannah Vickers of Mace, and the workstream lead for the Construction Leadership Council’s ConstructZero initiative gives insight on helping clients bring their Net Zero ambitions to life.

Read more at: www.acenet.co.uk

INFRASTRUCTURE FOR CLIMATE ACTION

A new report released ahead of COP26 calls for a radical shift in how governments plan, deliver, and manage infrastructure, highlighting the critical role infrastructure plays in adapting to climate change efforts. Infrastructure for Climate Action, is co-published by UNOPS, the UN Environment Programme (UNEP) and the University of Oxford.

Read more at: www.infrastructure-intelligence.com

POWERING YOUR HOME WITH SOLAR ENERGY

Have you considered powering your home with Solar Energy? Recently Build covered 7 things to take into account should you be thinking of it.

Read More at: www.build-review.com

PROTOTYPE FUSION POWER PLANT

The government has released a shortlist of five potential locations for a prototype fusion power plant, a green energy project it is supporting with £222 million in initial funding.

Read More at: www.constructionnews.co.uk

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