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The world of construction is always changing. Our blogs uncover the latest developments in the industry and provide insight into the work CIOB and our members are doing for the built environment.

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Security in mind: How do you know what is sensitive or not?

The CIOB has teamed up with the Centre for the Protection of National Infrastructure (CPNI) to increase construction professionals' and engineers' security knowledge.

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CIOB at COP26

For almost three decades, Government’s across the world have met nearly every year to discuss climate change. Under the 1992 United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, every country is treaty-bound to avoid dangerous climate change and find ways to reduce global greenhouse gas emissions for the benefit of present and future generations of humankind.

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A special report that needs your support

Next week the CIOB is publishing its first Special Report and first detailed report on diversity and inclusion in construction. When I look back at CIOB over the years, it is fair to say that the Institute has examined some of the biggest issues in society and suggested actions that can be taken to address them.

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Ireland's Climate Action Plan 2021

Joseph Kilroy considers what Ireland's latest Climate Action Plan means for the built environment

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The need for improved carbon measurement

James Fiske discusses the Built Environment Carbon Database.

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CIOB on COP26

CIOB's Policy & Public Affairs Manager David Barnes looks at what COP26 means for the built environment.

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Conservative Party Conference 2021

Over the past week CIOB’s policy and public affairs team attended the Conservative Party Annual Conference in Manchester.

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Ireland’s new National Development Plan

The CIOB’s response to the publication of Ireland’s new National Development Plan

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Meeting the UK's Housing Demand

This blog post summarises the policy team's recent response to the Built Environment Select Committee's inquiry into the demand for new housing in the UK

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