Copy Of Getting Ahead Of Climate Emergency Survey V11

Survey: Get ahead of the climate emergency

The built environment contributes 40% of the UK's total carbon footprint and energy prices are rising ahead of operational efficiencies. PlaceTech and Innovation Gateway are working together to find out how companies are set to manage the operational costs and environmental impacts of their buildings in this climate emergency.

Future Of Retail 2019

Tech underpins the future of retail

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Chloé Vaughan

Electric vehicles, eco food packaging, drone deliveries and data collection are being integrated into the newest schemes by retail developers, according to speakers at the Future of Retail conference in Manchester.

Q Bot Team

Q-Bot to expand robotics offer

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Chloé Vaughan

Q-Bot’s fleet of robotic insulators is set to grow by the end of this year, which comes immediately after news of their adoption by Warmer Homes Scotland, the Scottish Government’s national scheme for improving energy efficient homes which are at risk of fuel poverty.

Thomas Newby, Tonik Energy

Why developers must futureproof EV infrastructure

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Thomas Newby

As electric and autonomous vehicles become the new normal, we can expect to see increasing pressure on developers and the construction industry to ensure the infrastructure is in place to support clean, green motoring, Thomas Newby of Tonik Energy writes.

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Climate-proofing the future

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Chloé Vaughan

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As dealing with extreme weather becomes the norm, we ask how will property adapt to cope with record temperatures and frequent flooding?

Lisbon Portugal Climate Risk

Moody’s buys climate risk data analyst

The rating agency has acquired a majority stake in Four Twenty Seven, a leading provider of data, intelligence, and analysis related to physical climate risks on real assets.