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All 03.0155 Construction Organisations & Campaigns

  • BioRegional

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    Bioregional was founded as a charity and social enterprise in 1994 by Sue Riddlestone and Pooran Desai, two environmental entrepreneurs based in South London, who wanted to develop more sustainable ways of living. We created our One Planet Living framework in 2003 from our experiences of planning and working with others to develop the multi-award-winning BedZED eco-village in South London, where our headquarters is still based. We have since partnered with major developers to create pioneering eco-communities and with retailers to create award-winning eco products – all enabling people to live good lives within the Earth’s natural boundaries. Our on-the-ground experience and creative thinking now spans five continents.

  • Low Carbon Trust

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    The Low Carbon Trust was established to increase awareness about the links between buildings that people live and work in, the carbon dioxide emissions that are produced by this and the resulting climate change. The two main approaches we use are innovative community construction projects and extensive communications work.  Our first project was Earthship Brighton which was the first Earthship to be built in England. Earthships are ‘green’ buildings, constructed using waste car tyres and other recycled materials. They use the planets natural systems to provide all utilities – using the sun’s energy and rain to provide heat, power and water. They are buildings that heat and cool themselves, harvest their own water and use plants to treat their sewage. From our extensive experience of Earthship Brighton and other projects the Low Carbon Trust offers a full sustainable construction consultancy service. This includes advice on a variety of topics from site selection, to building orientation, to design of the renewable energy and rainwater harvesting systems, to energy efficiency and water conservation measures, to passive solar design and the choice and selection of low impact materials and building techniques. The Low Carbon Trust also offers tours of our projects, education and training courses.

  • Wood for Good

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    Wood for Good is the timber industry’s campaign to promote use of wood in design and construction. Wood is nature’s most versatile building material and modern engineering methods expand possibilities for its application beyond traditional uses. Our objective is to make wood a first choice material for specifiers and designers by demonstrating what you can do with wood.

  • Action on Empty Homes

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    Launched in 1992, the agency is dedicated to tackling the problem of the more than 200,000 empty homes in England. Do you know of any empty homes in your area? EHA gives guidance and assistance on how to start to tackle empty homes and supports community groups, local authorities and others concerned. It provides infomation, contacts and training to local authorities. Whether your concern is urban dereliction, homelessness or the loss of green fields to new homes, get in touch for further details or visit the website. To report on empty homes visit www.reportemptyhomes.com.

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