All Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) Articles

Renta appoints head of sustainability
Sustainability and implementation of ESG strategy a “top priority”
What is the future for construction in Saudi Arabia?
Saudi Arabia is currently building some of the world’s most audacious infrastructure projects as it seeks to decrease its reliance on the exportation of oil
VDMA: Hydrogen ‘the only way to climate neutrality’
German trade body calls for a rapid shift to hydrogen-focused projects
United Rentals outlines benefits of hybrid power solutions
White paper explores pairing battery storage with generators, power grid
Renovations drive construction growth in Europe…but is the pace fast enough?
Renovation of existing buildings is a growth area of construction in Europe - but is the pace of that growth fast enough to attain the EU’s climate goals?
Danfoss white paper urges swift action on equipment emissions
Tech firm’s report highlights half of CO2 emissions comes from excavators
Video interview: what does KPMG’s survey tell us about the state of construction?
Construction’s attitudes to technology, sustainability, and more are revealed 
Interview: HG CEO on future expansion
CEO talks electric, growth and new launches
How ring cranes can save money in offshore construction
Combining a flat deck carrier and new ring crane concept could save 60%
Why consulting engineers are ‘more crucial than ever’
Consulting engineers will play a crucial role in delivering both the green transition and the accelerating adoption of digital technologies.
More C&D waste from UK to be exported
Major metals recycling company partners up on ‘energy from waste’
Finland green lights construction of large offshore wind project
Renewables specialist Skyborn will develop the Pooki wind farm for state-owned Metsähallitus
What is the future for alternative power?
Mike Hayes looks at the power technology for construction equipment that may – or may not – be replacing diesel in the coming years
Biodiversity: An engineer’s role in repairing the planet
A plea for sustainability from Alistair Kean of the engineering and architectural consultancy COWI
UN accord on ship recycling to start within two years
More countries sign up for Hong Kong Convention for ship breaking regulations
EU to provide €6.2 billion for new TEN-T projects
Trans-European Transport Network to be supported through the Connecting Europe Facility
Chasing the sun: The British manufacturer attempting to bring solar power to construction sites
Solar panel specialist Lifos launches battery energy storage system
Final reminder - World Demolition Awards entries close on 30 June
Nine contractor and two manufacturer categories available
Volvo CE’s ‘industry first’ 48V DC charging protocol to drive electrification
Volvo CE has published its own brand-agnostic software protocol, as well as plug specifications, used on its 48V off-board DC chargers
Electric first for Kiloutou
First 32 tonne electric truck to be delivered in France
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