G&T is committed to helping deliver sustainable and net zero carbon buildings and infrastructure projects. Using the learnings from our own net zero journey and knowledge from over three decades of sustainable project delivery experience, this year we launched a new ‘Plant-Based Places’ series on our thought leadership microsite, GT Market Intelligence, exploring the idea of ‘plant-based’ and its relationship to construction and real estate.
The rise of ESG and net zero carbon has greatly increased our industry’s appetite for innovation and new thinking and in this new series of articles, we suggest that nature sets the example.
In other industries, green and healthy products have been outperforming traditional products for years. Concepts like organic, “free-from” and “plant-based” have been used to create large markets and profits. We are now seeing these terms enter the language of green buildings and the built environment more generally.
Our Sustainability Consultant, Richard Francis, explores the topic to discover the key opportunity areas where delivering a plant-based approach could have an impact, how new developments are shaping the industry and what this could mean for the future of sustainable building.
Read on here.