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Lockdown Silver Linings

Although lockdown has been stressful at times, one silver lining has been the positive impact quarantine measures have had on the environment. Photos have shown the increase in visibility thanks to a drop in air pollution, the levels of harmful gases such as nitrogen dioxide have fallen in cities across the UK, and wildlife has been seen exploring urban areas that are now much quieter.

Job opportunity at Haworth Tompkins- Head of Sustainability & Regenerative Design

A new job has opened up at one of our members- Haworth Tompkins - in London.

Haworth and Tompkins has a strong reputation for work in the cultural, urban regeneration, educational and residential sectors. The team puts enormous effort into understanding a building’s context and the needs of its users, a process which often yields original or unconventional solutions.

Understanding Deodorant and Squirrels better (and of course more) thanks to the recent Indoor Air Quality, Air Tightness and Ventilation event

Mike Andrews | Energy Saving Experts

Mike Andrews, Director and founder of The Energy Saving Experts, comments on The Green Register's recent Indoor Air Quality event. 

What would improve the quality of energy strategies submitted at the planning stage?

Chris Hocknell | Eight Associates

Chris Hocknell, Eight associates’ Technical Director shares his views on how to evaluate and improve the quality of energy strategies at planning. Eight Associates are members of The Green Register.

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