What impact will cutbacks and news that short-term growth is unlikely have on infrastructure projects that are essential to environmental success?

A year into its work with the Carbon Trust, Coventry City Council is implementing 34 separate energy saving projects and has set a target to reduce its CO2 emissions by 30 per cent over five years

Malcolm Fergusson, head of climate change at the Environment Agency, explains why public sector organisations must act now to comply with the new CRC Energy Efficiency Scheme

The Chartered Institution of Building Services Engineers considers how the Carbon Reduction Commitment may affect government buildings

How does the code work, and how will recent and proposed changes affect it?

With September’s registration deadline for the scheme looming, Dave Lewis, head of business energy services at npower, offers some words of advice to public sector departments on overcoming the challenge of the CRC Energy Efficiency Scheme

Richard Rugg, head of Public Sector, Carbon Trust looks at the benefits of energy efficient refurbishments in public buildings

Narec looks at how solar thermal systems can help secure affordable future energy supplies

With energy and climate goals likely to get more demanding, improving efficiency will remain a vital factor over the next decade and beyond

The London Development Agency wants to reduce London’s dependence on fossil fuels, cut the waste generated in London and help reach the Mayor of London’s target to reduce carbon dioxide emissions in London by 60 per cent – or 18 million tonnes – by 2025

Robert Rabinowitz, director, Environmental Markets for sustainability consultancy, BRE, answers your questions on the CRC Energy Efficiency Scheme

BRE gives useful guidance on how to avoid common pitfalls when it comes to the Code for Sustainable Homes

A report by the Environment Agency highlights the important role of low carbon biomass energy

Following this year’s wet spring, Geoff Gibbs, a civil engineer responsible for Development and Flood Risk at the Environment Agency, writes on the impact surface water flooding and what is being done to alleviate the problem

CIRIA has released final report from unprecedented cross-sector collaborative research project

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The largest flood exhibition and conference in the world is coming to London’s ExCeL in September.

World of Learning will feature even more opportunities to discover the latest in learning and development (L&D) with over 100 exhibitors, The Technology Test Drive, Learning Design Live, live workshops, one-to-one consultations, free seminars and its renowned annual conference.