All Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) Articles

Bentley Systems CEO: 2023 “groundbreaking” year for infrastructure intelligence
CEO says that companies using advanced digital tools see an average time saving of 18%
Poland’s Orlen green lights €4.7 billion renewables project
Energy company to work with Canada’s Northland Power on country’s first wind farm
Rental Briefing: daily newsletter for rental sector being launched by KHL
Newsletter will provide analysis, comment and insight into the global industry
Building better: The infrastructure resilience overhaul
Jan Przydatek of Lloyd’s Register Foundation explains how we must embed resilience into our built environment
World’s largest medical complex built with low-carbon concrete
Cemex delivers 15,000 cubic meters of Vertua concrete for Houston’s Centennial Tower
‘Green’ light for world’s first energy island
Construction work to start in March 2024, as environmental permit granted
‘World’s first’ low-carbon roadworks project using 100% electric equipment
100% electric sprayer, paver and roller were used on project in France 
Contractors grapple with scope 3 emissions
Many major contractors are already getting to grips with their scope one and two emissions. But how are they faring with scope 3? Lucy Barnard finds out.
UK contractor launches new diversity and inclusion strategy
Balfour Beatty aims for 50% increase in female employees by 2030
US construction: How new laws and investment needs impact the sector
Construction in the US has performed strongly in recent years, with government support and growing sectors such as infrastructure and sustainability-related spending providing impetus, reports Andy Brown
Construction equipment bodies respond to UK’s net zero shift
Association bosses say ‘softer package’ sends wrong message to the industry
Morgan Sindall completes €75m concrete road reconstruction project in UK
‘Cutting edge techniques’ used to remove old concrete and replace with recycled material
Cemex to recycle half a million tonnes of waste in Israel
New facility in Tel Aviv set to repurpose construction & demolition waste
World’s most sustainable cities revealed
Circular Cities Barometer reveals the world’s most sustainable cities 
Why construction should recruit more neurodiverse employees
New research shows a growing number of construction workers with conditions including ADHD and autism are entering and being welcomed into the construction industry.
Why our buildings must be more resilient in the future
Every year, disasters linked to natural and climate hazards strike, and infrastructure suffers. Jan Przydatek of Lloyd’s Register Foundation, explains why resilience needs to be embedded into the built environment.
Ukraine to build 1GW wind farm in the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone
Ukraine aims to launch renewable energy project on site of historic nuclear disaster
Volvo CE unveils mobile charging unit for heavy equipment
Swedish OEM delivers 600V charging solution for electric machines working on remote sites
UK in danger of falling behind in net zero race
Offshore wind issues point to a UK government struggling with its energy crisis
JV to revamp French foundry as solar and hydrogen hub
Consortium unveils ambitious plan to develop 80 hectare site for clean energy
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