Simple everyday changes across the estate by as many members of staff as possible will make a big step towards meeting our full Energy Commitment target – we want to get everyone involved!18th June 2015 What do you think? Be the first to comment!
Please help support our efforts to improve the air quality around the hospital and celebrate sustainable transport by joining Team GOSH for the 2015 London Cycle Challenge.15th June 2015, Reposted 1 time 1 comment! Add your voice to the conversation!
GOSH WIN!! GOSH won the Award for Excellence in Energy Efficiency and Carbon reduction at the recent Camden Business Awards. We would like to thank Carbon Culture for their support as this platform played a big part in our win. Thanks guys x10th June 2015
On NHS Sustainability day we asked for your ideas, questions and suggestions about sustainability at GOSH, and you certainly stepped up to the challenge!8th June 2015 1 comment! Add your voice to the conversation!
A Patient's parent at Great Ormond Street Hospital says "Great stickers. We were wondering what the switches do and which ones we could press"5th June 2015, Reposted 1 time
Here at CarbonCulture, we love to know how buildings perform against their peers. In this post, we look at what DECs and EPCs are, what they mean, and how CarbonCulture use them.29th May 2015, Reposted 1 time What do you think? Be the first to comment!
Skanska has used assessment tools to identify materials and processes which require the greatest use of energy, namely the concrete building frame and internal partition walls. The embodied energy has been lowered by maximising recycled content25th March 2015, Reposted 1 time
Operation TLC is currently being launched in a few wards within Great Ormond Street Hospital to pilot a campaign reducing the use of artificial lighting where there is sufficient daylight.26th May 2015, Reposted 1 time What do you think? Be the first to comment!
Skanska is a Great Ormond Street Hospital charity supporter. We are proud to work with the charity on projects such as the rejuvenation of the Japanese garden and the funding of sustainability hoarding which has been designed by patients.20th March 2015, Reposted 1 time
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