Announcing our Carbon Impact Report

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Curtins on 15th Nov 2023


Our Commitment to Reduce Carbon

We are committed to designing sustainably and are on a journey to creating zero harm from the carbon emissions of our projects; ultimately aiming to achieve regenerative design.

Earlier this year, we announced our commitment to decrease the average embodied carbon in our projects from 340kgCO2e/m2 to 295kgCO2e/m2 by 2030. We are pleased to now share with you our Carbon Impact Report, which illustrates our pathway to both setting and achieving our reduction targets.

You are welcome to share out this link as we collaborate as an industry to reduce our carbon impact, and if you'd like to speak to us more about our approach please get in touch.

View our Carbon Impact Report
Glaxosmithkline, University of Nottingham

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