Personal Footprint Plan

August 3, 2017By Case Studies

If everyone on the planet lived like the average Australian we would need 4 planets to support everyone’s lifestyle.
Read our full article to find out how to easily reduce your footprint by 25%.

The Banking Blind Spot

August 3, 2017By Case Studies

In response to climate change, banks have been divesting carbon investments and purchasing carbon offsets to progress commitments of carbon neutrality. This approach has a real cost to shareholders and with the average bank tenancy being upwards of 50% more carbon intense than is possible – we suggest that this blind spot is the 100 lb gorilla in the room.

Hot or Not: Is hot yoga sustainable?

August 3, 2017By Case Studies

Yoga is one of the top fitness trends of 2016, driven by the consumer preference towards healthy and sustainable lifestyles. Growth has been strong, but with a relatively high cost of labour and capital costs, profit margins are slim.

The GreenBook is finally here!

May 8, 2016By Design

We have listened to your calls, and are excited to launch The GreenBook.

Australia’s first, on-line life cycle footprint ratesbook for construction materials, assemblies and design benchmarks, with over 1,300 rates. The GreenBook address the gap and delivers your go to source for materials impact rates.

St. George First Bank branch to go Green in Australia

February 9, 2016By Case Studies

We are proud to announce that we have had a helping hand in supporting the assessment process with our software and sustainable support services. St. George Bank Barangaroo has become the first bank branch and the first retail fit-out in Australia to go Green and earn a Six Star Green Star rating, way to go St. George.

Monthly Bulletin

January 9, 2016By News

As part of our continuous improvement program we are pleased to introduce you to our new monthly updates bulletin. Each month, we will showcase the latest improvements to our design software including new materials and tools, the latest in energy savings improvements and development in the system functionality.

Dr Caroline Noller elected to the AEPD Board

September 9, 2014By Uncategorized

We are pleased to announce that founder and CEO of The Footprint Company Dr Caroline Noller has been elected to the Australasian Environmental Product Declaration Board by the ALCAS. Dr Caroline Noller has more than 25 years of property and construction experience and is passionate about sustainable design practices.