Environmental Trends in Construction – Thematic Intelligence
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Environmental Trends in Construction Thematic Report Overview
Depending on the speed of emission reductions across sectors, our climate could become characterized by frequent, extreme weather events, costing billions and resulting in major losses of life. Climate change and related themes (including heatwaves, emissions, deforestation, and water shortages) continued to remain in the spotlight in 2022.
The environmental trends in construction thematic report provides an overview of world’s climate in 2030. The report also focuses on the assessment of impact of environmental pressures on the Construction sector.
Innovations in the Environmental Technology
Some of the key innovations in environmental technology are:
- Natron launches sodium-ion batteries made from more sustainable chemistry than lithium-ion batteries
- Schneider Electric employs digital twins to advance wind and solar farm operations to prevent green electricity wastage
- EverestLabs has developed an AI-enabled operating system to which improves recyclables recovery in recycling plants
Impact of Environmental Pressures on Construction
In the construction and real estate industries, climate change has most commonly improved operational efficiency in buildings, with a focus on energy use reductions. However, the operational emissions of a building are only part of the overall carbon emissions related to the construction sector, the other part being embodied carbon.
The impact of the built environment on the planet is huge, with the worldwide cement industry responsible for global CO2 emissions. To minimize the negative environmental impact, companies must design out carbon-intensive and polluting materials, use sustainable building materials, and improve renewable energy initiatives.
Social media conversations on the environmental theme for the construction industry witnessed more than 18% increase in Q3 2022 over the previous quarter. Climate change, sustainability, and recycling were key discussion topics over the period.
Major Countries Hiring for Environmental Roles in Construction
The key countries hiring for environmental roles in construction are the US, the UK, Canda, Australia, China, and others. The US is hiring the most environmental roles in construction, followed by the UK.
Environmental Trends in Construction, by Countries
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Environmetal Related Hiring Themes in Construction
Emissions reduction, climate change, water management, circular economy, and natural resources. Emissions reduction and climate are the top environment-related hiring themes.
Environmental Trends in Construction, by Themes
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Trends and Preditions in the Environmental Themes in Construction
Renovation, refurbishment, and retrofitting, societies can redesign and modernize their existing building stock, improving energy efficiency, reusing infrastructure and building materials, and limiting the generation of construction waste. Renovation and refurbishment works also reduce the necessity for greenfield construction, preserving biodiversity, and retaining productive agricultural land.
Renovation, refurbishment, and retrofitting is likely to play an integral role in the coming years to enable advanced economies to achieve their, typically sharp, greenhouse gas (GHG) emission reduction targets.
Construction Sector Construction Scorecard
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Environmental Trends in Construction Report Overview
|Key Countries||The US, The UK, Canda, Australia, China, and Others|
|Key Themes||Emissions Reduction, Climate Change, Water Management, Circular Economy, and Natural Resources|
- This report provides an overview of world’s climate in 2030. It focuses on the assessment of impact of environmental pressures on the Construction sector.
Reasons to Buy
- CEOs that are too slow to improve their company’s approach to sustainability will see an exodus of customers and a drop in profits far sooner than they ever imagined. Companies who invest in the right themes become success stories; those who miss the big themes end up as failures. ESG is one of the most important themes for 2023.
Sunway REIT Management
Dorce Designs Smart
Larsen & Toubro
China State Construction Engineering
Table of Contents
What will the world’s climate be like in 2030?
What’s trending on social media?
How are reporting and disclosure requirements changing?
Who’s innovating in environmental technology?
Assessing the impact of environmental pressures in construction
1. Further reading
3. Our ESG framework environmental factors
4. Our Thematic Intelligence methodology
Frequently asked questions
Which country is hiring the most environmental roles in construction?
The US is hiring the most environmental roles in construction.
Which is the leading environmental hiring theme in construction?
Emissions reduction is the leading environmental hiring theme in construction.
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