Biophilic design: the power of plants

Plant covered Changi airport, Singapore

As a sustainability consultancy we are obviously pro-plants, but did you know those houseplants you keep forgetting to water could benefit your physical and mental health, enhance productivity and even make you live longer? Alongside this is the added planetary benefit of absorbing carbon dioxide from the air. The term ‘biophilia’ was popularised by Edward […]

Sustainability inspiration from Copenhagen

Copenhagen coloured houses

As the world’s most sustainable city, we’re looking to Copenhagen for forward-thinking green inspiration. With an impressive target to be the first CO2-neutral capital by 2025, Copenhagen has committed to sustainably reducing its two-million-tonne carbon footprint, while enabling growth. In the last two decades, the city’s carbon transformation has occurred alongside a 25% growth in […]

Digital twins for sustainability

Image of identical twins

Two minds are better than one As the calendar turns over to another year, the Paris Agreement’s urgent call to keep global warming at no more than 1.5°C by reducing global emissions by 45% by 2030 seems closer than ever. Meanwhile, the latest IPCC report warns we only have a narrow window to make necessary […]