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We are in a decisive decade for climate action and with a decreasing number of years left to achieve 2030 climate targets, radical and rapid transformation from businesses and the global economy is essential.
As the climate crisis intensifies and extreme weather events become more common, the UK’s buildings, cities and critical infrastructure, and the communities that use and occupy these, are in increasing danger. It’s vital to address how our buildings and infrastructure can be adapted to remain fit for the future.
Nature is in crisis. The built environment has a critical role to play in protecting and restoring nature and moving to a regenerative model of development.
In the UK, construction, demolition and excavation account for 60% of material use and waste generation. Meanwhile, prices of construction materials in the UK rose by 4.9% between 2017 and 2018. Adopting circular economy principles offers a €1.8 trillion opportunity to the EU between 2015 and 2030.
UKGBC believes that a sustainable built environment must help and support people and communities to thrive.
Our Resource Library
Explore a range of resources from UKGBC that are designed to drive progress toward a sustainable built environment.
UKGBC have launched the Whole Life Carbon Roadmap, a common vision and agreed actions for achieving net zero carbon in the construction, operation and demolition of buildings and infrastructure.
A toolkit that examines the barriers to a circular economy, and present eight key enablers…