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Celebrating Progress: Inspiring Examples of Decarbonisation in the Built Environment


At CAFA, we are committed to championing sustainability initiatives that drive real change. Today, we are thrilled to highlight the remarkable strides made by businesses, organisations, and cities in decarbonising the built environment, as showcased in the April #NZCBCommitment Roundup by the World Green Building Council.


1. Wereldhave: This pioneering company has slashed its scope 1 and 2 CO2 emissions by an impressive 35% since 2018. To delve deeper into their achievements, explore their 2023 Integrated Annual Report (https://bit.ly/49w3GjC).

2. Watkins Payne: Breaking new ground, Watkins Payne has secured the UK’s inaugural 5-star NABERS UK Energy Rating for its office building in Sunbury-on-Thames, Surrey. Learn more about this milestone accomplishment (https://bit.ly/3vIGDEF).

3. Schneider Electric: A global leader in sustainability, Schneider Electric has facilitated a monumental reduction of 112 million tonnes in carbon emissions for its customers. Discover how they're surpassing their 2023 targets (https://bit.ly/3TRdkrt).

4. Walsh - Structural, Civil & Geotechnical Engineers: Recognized by the Science Based Targets initiative, Walsh Engineering's zero carbon targets represent a significant stride forward in their sustainability journey. Uncover more about this pivotal achievement (https://bit.ly/3vIV9MH).

5. Varma: In a bold move towards climate action, Varma has dedicated 40% of its investment portfolio to climate allocation. Explore how they're adapting to and mitigating climate change (https://bit.ly/49y5A3w).

6. Troup Bywaters + Anders (TB+A): Honored with Platinum status by EcoVadis, TB+A stands out among 130,000 organizations globally, placing in the top one percent for their ESG credentials and progress. Delve into their remarkable journey [here](https://bit.ly/3TRffw8).

These examples underscore the commitment and dedication of businesses and organizations towards decarbonization. By joining forces with WorldGBC’s Commitment signatories, we can collectively contribute to #BuildingTheTransition towards a sustainable future.


Take action today by exploring the Commitment and becoming a part of this transformative movement (https://worldgbc.org/thecommitment/). Together, let's pave the way for a greener, more sustainable world.



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