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Fire Safe Europe and FEEDS to address crucial safety skills for the European Green Deal

Fire Safe Europe, in partnership with the Forum for European Electrical Domestic Safety (FEEDS), has announced an online panel discussion ...
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London unveils first ever Carbon Zero fire station

The London Fire Brigade (LFB) welcomed Deputy Mayor for Environment and Energy, Shirley Rodrigues, to the inaugural tour of Walthamstow ...

Boulder invests in safety and sustainability with electric fire engine

The City of Boulder has announced the purchase of a Rosenbauer RTX fire engine, the first electric vehicle of its ...

Bollé Safety presents first ESG report

PPE eye protection manufacturer Bollé Safety has presented its first ESG report: A complete approach combining the transformation of its products ...

BESA urges UK government to accelerate investment in energy efficiency

The Building Engineering Services Association (BESA) has welcomed the creation of a new government department dedicated to delivering energy security and net zero. However, it ...
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ROCKWOOL ranks amongst world's most sustainable building products companies

In this year’s Global 100 sustainability ranking from Corporate Knights, ROCKWOOL has been recognised as one of the most sustainable ...

BESA welcomes increase in green jobs

The Building Engineering Services Association (BESA) has welcomed new statistics showing rapid growth in the low carbon and energy efficiency jobs market, but noted that there is still ...

Research into sustainable and fire-resistant buildings assessment gains funding

The SFPE Foundation, a charitable organisation focused on enhancing the scientific understanding of fire and its interaction with the natural ...

New report released on the environmental impact of fire

The Fire Protection Research Foundation (FPRF), the research affiliate of National Fire Protection Association, recently published a research report on the “Environmental ...

Wildfire: Human activity has 'reduced the natural resilience of some ecosystems to fire'

New research led by the University of East Anglia (UEA) has highlighted how the risk of wildfire is rising globally ...
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