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The Covid pandemic sharpened employers’ focus on employee health, safety, and wellbeing, and thus brought the role of occupational health into the limelight. But what of the role of occupational health in the face of climate change?
The second of two articles, by Dr Jennifer Napier
As sustainability within the real estate industry continues to be a prevalent theme, the past few years have brought about more emphasis on the holistic management of environmental, social, and governance (ESG) topics.
As organisations, governments and individuals around the world look for solutions to the impact of climate change, Dr Jennifer Napier considers the role of healthcare professionals in addressing the impact of climate change.
The first part of two articles on Health and Sustainability.
With an increased effort towards developing more renewable energy to help reach net zero carbon targets, it's about time we drill down into some of the realities about geothermal energy, its challenges and applications.
The regulation and implementation of overflow assessment, monitoring and regulation varies between Scotland, England and Wales but the challenges of pollution are still the same across the board. From a Scottish perspective, how will these challenges be addressed?
At RPS we work with Water Companies to understand the risk of asset failure across all types of assets within wastewater and clean water networks. This enables us to predict the impact on serviceability (flooding and pollution), enabling wider customer and environmental objectives to be met.
The transition to a “Net-Zero” economy will require a more diverse mix of power generation and supply than has historically been the case. With increased reliance on renewable sources of energy for electricity generation, storage of natural gas, and in future hydrogen, will be necessary to supplement these more intermittent renewable energy supplies.
Adding pressure to an existing national housing shortage, Covid has shifted the priorities we have for our homes; with easy access to green space and comfortable working from home facilities now sitting far higher on the wish list. The result? Huge strain on the UK rental market. Could suburban Build to Rent homes be the answer?
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