Built environment stakeholders from around the world respond to the BREEAM Version 7 consultation and Net Zero Carbon survey to shape the future of green building standards.
In 2022, the number of BREEAM-certified assets in the U.S. skyrocketed, seeing growth of nearly 160% in total certificates issued year-over-year.
As the world becomes increasingly conscious of the impact humans have on the environment, it is essential to ensure that construction projects are designed and executed with sustainability in mind.
Vesteda, a Dutch residential investor has achieved the single largest real estate sustainability certification in the world, through BRE’s leading certification scheme, BREEAM.
BRE launches consultation to seek views on a major update to its world-leading sustainability assessment method, BREEAM.
Third-party certification schemes such as BREEAM can give ESG investors and lenders more confidence that real estate projects are as sustainable as they claim.
BREEAM today announce the launch of the interactive BREEAM and UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) mapping
By aligning the BREEAM schemes to the goals, we can show how they are supporting the SDGs on an indicator level
‘BE Global’.. that is the vision of 2017 for the BRE Women’s Network, a perspective we will be sharing at this year’s industry wide and collaborative event, ‘#BEGlobal: Insights from our world leading women’ on 14th November 2017 at the IET, Savoy Place in London from 6.30-9.30pm. Being global is not only what BRE, but … Continue reading “BE Global: Exploring international opportunities in the built environment”
Throughout my travels, studies and experiences I have been able to procure what I hope to be a worldly open-minded perspective. In my efforts to further extend and improve these perspectives, and fully pursue my academic passions, I had the privilege of spending the last three months in a summer placement at BRE, which was … Continue reading “A brief overview about a summer placement…”
Hi all! It has been a while since I last posted here, but here I am! However, this will sadly be my last post on this blog. Indeed, my internship at BRE is now finished! It was only five weeks but sincerely, everything happened so quickly, I feel like it was way less. What a … Continue reading “Final Week: Farewell”