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Sustainability: Ecology & Environment

Biodiversity is flourishing at Lilbourne Meadows

The current crisis has really highlighted the need for a healthier relationship between human activity and the natural world and I’m proud that Prologis has a longstanding and enduring commitment to sustainable development. During National Biodiversity Week 2020, I caught up with Jane Pearman, from the Wildlife Trust BCN, for the latest update about life […]

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Electric Bus Trial at The Bridge in Dartford wins Green Apple Award

Sustainability is a core part of our business philosophy and we were pleased to support this trial to provide clean, green, public transport Steve Haddock, Prologis UK   Less than twenty years ago, our development at The Bridge in Dartford was a derelict, overgrown site. Today, The Bridge, a joint venture between Prologis and Dartford […]

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A decade of protection

A decade of protection: how our partnership with The Planet Mark & Cool Earth is helping local and global communities Twenty years ago, when Prologis in the UK was founded, industrial logistics buildings (or sheds as they are affectionately known) were regarded as little more than places to protect the goods inside from theft and […]

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How creative thinking could save the planet

How creative thinking could save the planet (and why dried insects would be better in a stir-fry)   A blog post by Theo Morris The Eden Project is an educational charity whose aim is to connect us with each other and the living world, exploring how we can work towards a better future. It’s nestled […]

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Driving home the benefits of Green Travel

  How our Green Travel Scheme helps people on Prologis Parks get to work, reduces local traffic and safeguards the environment. In 2008, working with Liftshare UK, our in-house Property Management Team set up the very first Green Travel Scheme at Prologis Park Kettering. Since then, they have worked hard to introduce Liftshare schemes across […]

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Supporting Cool Earth in Papua New Guinea

Palm oil is the world’s most popular vegetable oil, but it is also one of main causes of rainforest destruction. When forests are cleared to make way for palm plantations, ecosystems that have taken millions of years to evolve can be destroyed in a matter of days. Demand for palm oil is rising and producers […]

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Uncovering the past as we build for the future

The site has produced one of the best preserved Roman lime kilns in the country. Paul Clark, Associate Director of CgMs   Archaeologists have discovered that Prologis Park Hemel Hempstead at Maylands Gateway, is building on a history of industrial activity at the site. Led by CgMs and Oxford Archaeology, the team has excavated a […]

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