The number of British homes being advertised as ‘environmentally friendly’ is booming, rising 23% in the last 12 months, according to property search engine Globrix.com.
The UK Government yesterday launched a consultation on the most effective way for businesses to report greenhouse gas emissions.
Businesses are increasingly drawn to the cost savings delivered by improving the energy efficiency of buildings but are put off by the capital expense, according to a survey by Johnson Controls.
The American Institute of Architects has named its top ten sustainable, green buildings for 2010.
Californian homes fitted with photovoltaic systems sell at a premium over those without, according to new research.
Energy company E.ON and builder Barratt Homes today announced plans to work together on the construction of 1900 new low-carbon homes in London.
London 2012 is on track to deliver a low-carbon and sustainable Olympic Games, according to the first full sustainability report since construction started.
Oak Ridge National Laboratory and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory are joining forces with Dow Chemical to develop the next generation of cool roofs.
The Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers and the UK Green Building Council called for a wider roll out of display energy certificates to commercial buildings last week.