Climate change is the most pressing environmental challenge of our time. There is overwhelming scientific evidence that we need to take action, and doing so is a clear priority for the Government. That is why in June 2019 we became the first major global economy to pass a law that requires us to achieve 'net zero' greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 2050.
Around one in four people in the UK suffer from a mental health problem each year. The NHS has set out that it wants to achieve “parity of esteem” between mental and physical health, in terms of access to services, quality of care and allocation of resources. While the achievement of parity of esteem has been a long term-policy goal, since 2010 this aim has increasingly featured in legislation and in Government and NHS policy statements.
This Safety Case Framework Report 2.0 is the culmination of a programme of work which has distilled best practice in the creation and sharing of connected and automated mobility (CAM) safety cases for the testing and development of connected and self-driving technologies. It brings together the best practice and learnings from many organisations to develop a consistent approach to both the creation and understanding of safety cases.
Skanska UK has produced a special report about its low carbon approach. Our special report details Skanska UK’s approach to reducing carbon emissions.
It includes our estimates of our supply chain emissions, going back to 2010. It is supported by the carbon management system technical document, which you can also download. This gives more details of the methodology that we have used to estimate the emissions of our supply chain.
There is no better place than London Transport Museum to see how the recent history of London, like the United Kingdom’s other cities, has been shaped by step changes in technology: the arrival of the steam engine and the underground railway in the nineteenth century; the internal combustion engine at the start of the twentieth.