The Construction Leadership Council (CLC) has published its latest report showing progress against the nine priorities within CO2nstruct Zero, the industry‐wide programme to drive carbon out of the sector.
The report highlights an increase in the number of retrofit coordinators.
It also reveals how many businesses received accreditation against PAS 2080, the global standard for managing carbon in building and infrastructure, in line with the targets set out in the Performance Framework.
TClarke is the latest organisation to become a CO2nstruct Zero Business Champion.
Build UK, the leading representative organisation for the UK construction industry, is encouraging its members to sign up to the programme as a Business Champion.
This will allow the CLC to collate the actions of the whole supply chain to respond to the net zero challenge.
The Lower Thames Crossing is now a CO2nstruct Zero Partner and aims to be the country’s ‘greenest road’.