Commercial MEES, EPC flaws, climate transition planning, broker guidance on retrofit solutions…the last four weeks hasn’t been short of Net Zero news! Click the link below for a round up of the key stories, insights, and product demos from Kamma. We’re using our data to equip property-related businesses for the fight against climate change, delivering […]Read more
As companies and financial institutions prepare to report on the last financial year, February’s Month in Green focuses discussion on new climate-related financial disclosure requirements and how to approach data challenges associated with property-related assets. Click the link below to learn more about how Kamma is meeting data challenges with solutions! We’re using our data […]Read more
Disclosing climate-related financial risk is the accounting challenge of the decade. In 2021, the UK became the first G20 member to adopt mandatory climate-related financial disclosure requirements. Now, large and listed companies must disclose how they identify, assess and manage climate-related risks and opportunities. Disclosures with poor property data leads to miscalculated emissions, mispriced assets, […]Read more
Disclosing climate-related financial risk is the accounting challenge of the decade. In the UK, premium listed companies and financial institutions are now required to disclose on how they identify, assess, and manage climate-related risks and opportunities. Such risks arise from physical hazards, such as flooding, as well as the regulatory, technological, market, or reputational challenges […]Read more
We’ve created this monthly report to bring you the latest information on decarbonisation and the path to Net Zero for the UK property sector. January’s report includes a registration link to our event at the Brunel Museum later this month. Here, Kamma will be joined by industry peers to discuss how to Put Property on the Path […]Read more
In this episode of KammaKast, Kamma’s CEO and Co-Founder Orla Shields is joined by Lorenzo Curci, CCO of Earthly. Earthly is a platform that helps businesses invest in high quality, nature based solutions that not only look at the carbon element, but importantly the positive impact that we can have towards local communities and biodiversity. […]Read more
In this episode of KammaKast, Kamma’s CEO and Co-Founder Orla Shields is joined by Emma Walsh, Sustainability and Food Waste Consultant. Emma is a sustainability consultant with particular expertise in food waste and the circular economy. Emma previously was International Partnerships Director with FoodCloud, she has also been a member of the EU Platform for Food Loss and […]Read more
For two weeks in November, delegates from over two-hundred countries gather for the Conference of the Parties (COP). Last year, COP26 promised to deliver stronger national plans with more ambitious targets to tackle climate change. To date, however, only around 10% of countries at the conference have submitted their plans to the UN. One year […]Read more
We’ve created this monthly report to bring you the latest information on climate disclosures, property decarbonisation, and the path to Net Zero. In November’s report, we discuss a month of turmoil and turnarounds at the top of government, Gove’s reappointment as housing secretary, whether institutional investors will save generation rent, and Propertymark’s recent response to […]Read more
In this fifth episode of KammaKast, Kamma’s CEO and Co-Founder Orla Shields is joined by Ian Pritchett, Managing Director at Greencore Construction. Together, they discuss the construction of Net Zero homes, rather than ‘Net Zero ready’ homes as well as how we can reduce embodied carbon in new build properties. As well as watching or […]Read more
In this forth episode of KammaKast, Kamma’s CEO and Co-Founder Orla Shields is joined by Joseph Holmes, Executive Director of Resources for West Berkshire’s Council. Together, they discuss different funding routes to Net Zero housing, West Berkshire council’s Net Zero initiatives and 2030 Net Zero target. As well as watching or listening on this page, […]Read more
The fast-paced news cycle means that it is difficult to stay up to date with the most important stories. That’s why we’ve created this new monthly report bringing you the latest information on climate disclosures, property decarbonisation, and the path to Net Zero. This month, we discuss the mini-budget and its impact on the property […]Read more
In this third episode of KammaKast, Kamma’s CEO and Co-Founder Orla Shields is joined by Will Emtage, Associate Director for ESG and sustainable business at RPS (Rural Planning Services) Group. Together, they discuss ESG reporting, the new TCFDs and RICS’s initiatives to meet Net Zero targets. As well as watching or listening on this page, […]Read more
In May 2022, the Bank of England published its first Climate Biennial Exploratory Scenario (CBES), designed to explore how exposed banks and other financial institutions are to climate-related risk. By exploring three distinct scenarios modelled over the next 30 years, the CBES predicts how financial institutions might respond to risks and examines the potential consequences […]Read more
Each week Kamma brings you a digest of the key stories on home decarbonisation and the path to Net Zero Monday 5th September Ofgem hit with legal action: The energy regulator is being challenged over whether it has properly assessed the consequences of rising fuel bills Who is involved? A legal campaign group is planning […]Read more
Each week Kamma brings you a digest of the key stories on property decarbonisation and the path to Net Zero 1. A solution to the cost of energy crisis for UK households? Scottish Power CEO has outlined a plan to protect households from rising energy bills that would cost over £100bn Outline the proposal. Energy […]Read more
On the 24th of February Kamma hosted a webinar for mortgage lenders and housing providers covering topic including: Watch the video to find out more…Read more
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