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Transitioning Towards a Sustainable Energy Future

Can heat and power be sustainably generated and should it be? The energy infrastructure in most countries has been a state-owned, centralised power generation system, supplying electricity from large scale combustion plants and generally located near fuel sources. The...

Liveability in urban China: The Tulou housing project

In the age of urbanisation, the fundamental need for sustainable and affordable housing becomes ever more acute. In China’s third largest city, an innovative residential project was created based on an 800-year-old construction method. The movement of people towards...

The Green Energy Future of Real Estate and Mobility

The production of fuels using green electricity makes a significant contribution to the energy transition and climate protection, in addition to its direct use in real estate and vehicles. They also partly solve the "storage problem" of (green) electricity and emit...

Ready for Take-Off? The New GRESB Season has Begun!

For five years now, EnviroSustain has been part of the GRESB movement, which is becoming increasingly important - including here in Germany. GRESB (Global Real Estate Sustainability Benchmark) compares similar funds with each other in their respective home markets on...

Climate Change is on Our Doorstep

Why Spain's drought concerns all of us. For weeks we have been moved by the fate of little Julen, who unfortunately did not survive the fall into a borehole. Some may have wondered why we are particularly interested in this news, but it is directly related to our...