All Emissions Articles

What will the cities of the future look like?
The world’s biggest cities will be located in different areas than today and will also look considerably different 
Finning positioned for ongoing supply constraints
Group confirms Q1 2022 revenue up 22% from previous corresponding quarter
Digital transformation of construction in Czech Republic
Czech construction industry will benefit from “seamless and transparent” digital information flow 
Demolition or refurbishment?
Increasing numbers of politicians and architects are favouring reused buildings over demolition
Hamm to meet 2023 sustainability target
Environmental processes and systems lower waste per machine by 20%
GCCA names low carbon challenge winners
Six carbon tech specialists to be backed by leading multinational cement companies
Caterpillar commits to reducing emissions
Report outlines the company’s future plans for sustainability
‘Eco-efficient’ concrete used in project
The concrete is considered more eco-efficient than other binders
The drivetrains powering electric excavators
Catrin Jones, International Construction deputy editor, talks to Antti Väyrynen, director of Off-Highway for Danfoss’ Editron division
Jacobs launches new climate action commitments
First consultancy with net-zero targets to be approved by the Science Based Targets initiative
JCB to give hydrogen combustion update
Tim Burnhope will give presentation at the online New Power Progress Summit on 3 May
Cemex invests in carbon utilisation start-up
Carbon Upcycling Technologies’ patented process reduces CO2 from cement production by 30% 
Volvo CE partner to reduce emissions in motorsport
The partnership will see Volvo CE provide construction equipment to World RX
Epiroc wins battery-electric mining order
Assmang Proprietary will use the equipment at an ore mine in South Africa
Swiss project uses only emission-free construction equipment
Wacker Neuson equipment selected for mountain bike trail
Sustainable construction materials
With the eyes of the world increasingly looking at how sustainable construction is, the use of ‘greener’ materials could make a real difference
Telematics: The data driving construction machines
Monitoring data streams to help drive down costs and carbon emissions
Volvo CE’s first commerical electric machine in Asia
The ECR25 electric excavator by Volvo Construction Equipment is now available to order for customers in South Korea
A vision for net-zero buildings
Zsolt Toth of the Building Performance Institute of Europe discusses the need to measure the whole-life carbon emissions of the built environment
The quest for net zero steel
Zero carbon steel may not be commercially available yet - but that hasn’t stopped some of the world’s biggest construction companies from demanding it
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