Science Based Targets Initiative backs new real estate decarbonisation push

BusinessGreen staff
clock • 2 min read
Science Based Targets Initiative backs new real estate decarbonisation push

SBTi teams up with Carbon Risk Real Estate Monitor initiative to develop fully aligned 1.5C decarbonisation pathways for the real estate sector.

The Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi) has announced a new partnership with the Carbon Risk Real Estate Monitor (CRREM) initiative to provide property investors and businesses with new decarbonisation...

To continue reading this article...

Join BusinessGreen

  • Enjoy exclusive news, insights and analysis from Europe’s leading source of information on the green economy and business.
  • Make smart, responsible business decisions with an eye on the latest regulatory and tech developments
  • Stay in the know with our overnight briefing, expertly curated help you run a competitive and sustainable business
  • Tap into our extensive archive of exclusive articles, news, analysis and guides
  • Choose from 3 paid membership levels or start a 7-day no strings trial

Join nowTry 7 day trial

 

Already a BusinessGreen member?

Login

More on Buildings

BusinessGreen Leaders Awards 2022: Book now to avoid disappointment

BusinessGreen Leaders Awards 2022: Book now to avoid disappointment

With less than a month to go until the UK's biggest and most prestigious green business awards, tickets are going fast

James Murray
clock 27 May 2022 • 1 min read
Why corporate climate reporting should be separated from ESG reporting

Why corporate climate reporting should be separated from ESG reporting

Combining climate reporting and ESG reporting into the same workstreams can cause confusion and threaten progress where it is needed most, writes Manifest's Laura Zizzo

Laura Zizzo, Manifest Climate
clock 27 May 2022 • 5 min read
Rooftops in Jordanhill, West Glasgow | Credit: iStock

The UK's net zero target is under threat because there's no plan to pay for it

Building decarbonisation is critical to delivering a net zero Britain, but neither the Treasury nor Scottish government have set out a vision for how a mass green homes retrofit programme could be funded, writes Glasgow Caledonian University’s Keith Baker...

Keith Baker, Glasgow Caledonian University
clock 26 May 2022 • 4 min read