New Buildings and Net Zero: Embodied Carbon is the Next Battleground
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New Buildings and Net Zero: Embodied Carbon is the Next Battleground

With net zero carbon, it is critical to remember that operational carbon emissions (those that come from running the building) are only a part of the story. It is increasingly evident that other elements of the building cycle, particularly embodied or construction carbon, are a significant component of a building’s whole life carbon profile. For new buildings seeking to be net zero, reducing embodied carbon is perhaps the biggest challenge.

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Net Zero Aviation: Preparing the Infrastructure for Take-Off
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Net Zero Aviation: Preparing the Infrastructure for Take-Off

In 2021, the UK aviation industry made a commitment to be net zero carbon by 2050 . The challenge ahead is immense but with credible plans in place, the industry hopes the target can be delivered with the right support.

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G&T’S thought leadership round-up: 2022

As the year draws to a close, we look back at some of the key articles G&T has published throughout this fast-paced and turbulent year, highlighting some of the more positive developments and take-aways.

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AI in Construction: Goals, Capabilities and Applications
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AI in Construction: Goals, Capabilities and Applications

AI in construction has the potential to add value across the entire project lifecycle and construction ecosystem, from the early stages of project design, tendering, financing, to procurement and construction. It even has a role to play in the operational and asset management side.

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