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[22 Jan 2014 | No Comment | ]

A Scottish university is aiming to reduce its energy bills by building a new green centre, according to bbc.co.uk. Bosses at St.Andrews University in Fife, claim that the new facility is needed as rising bills are currently posing a “major threat” to research and development at the institution. The biomass plant, which will be based […]

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[21 Mar 2011 | No Comment | ]

Norman Foster is one of the most respected architectural professionals in the world. With his ambitious goals in high tech architecture, he gave Great Britain and the entire world numerous architectural wonders.

His portfolio is proof of well over 40 years of experience and high architectural professionalism.

His true passion for sustainable architecture and the “green” field is proven through his next project, which is the creation of the world’s first carbon neutral city, called Masdar City (Abu Dhabi UAE).

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[13 Oct 2009 | No Comment | ]

The CarbonNeutral Company are hosting a series of seminars beginning in November. Corus Colors is co-hosting an event on Tuesday November 10th 2009 – details of the event and how to register your interest are outlined here…

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[7 Mar 2008 | No Comment | ]

Over the past year, everyone seems to have become an expert in sustainability.  But still when specifiers or clients ask “How green is my roof” there is confusion about how to measure the various elements of sustainability and what it all means.   What is meant by a “Sustainable” or “Green” solution for a building element?  […]