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Further reading on research and demonstration projects, as well as shopping mall indexes.

The Online Sustainability Management Solution for Shopping Centers.

This website regrouping data covers 12,000 Shopping Centers & Projects for Retailers, Operators & Developers in Europe. The Shopping Center Explorer Europe, for example, is an online application offering a comprehensive overview of all important shopping centers, hypermarkets, retail parks, outlet centers & retail projects across Europe with a sales area of 5,000 sqm or more.

This website lists addresses of outlet malls in major European countries.

This website is a directory of shopping centers in most European countries. It contains an online database on all the major shopping centers. The retailer profiles feature the name and headquarter address as well as contact details, management, total surface, turnover development, number of stores, leading retailers, location, visitors, website, etc. The  rankings per country provide an overview of the shopping centers based on total leasable surface. Some countries labelled with a star are being completed at the moment.

You can find here a study on the specific energy use in Swedish and Norwegian shopping malls. Available national statistical data on retail and shopping malls are reviewed. Further building statistical data were collected from building owners and managers, covering energy use in 41 shopping malls. Additional energy use data for 115 shops, within three of these shopping malls were also collected.

A directory of UK shopping malls.

Capital & Regional’s EnviroMall was developed specially for shopping centres to monitor and reduce environmental impact. EnviroMall works in partnership with the Carbon Trust, Envirowise, Upstream and The World Land Trust, promoting sustainability throughout the retail industry and crucially the shopping public.

Shopping Centre, is the UK’s dedicated magazine for managers, developers, owners and occupiers of shopping centres, retail parks factory outlets and their managing agents. 

BREEAM is the world's foremost environmental assessment method and rating system for buildings, with 250,000 buildings with certified BREEAM assessment ratings and over a million registered for assessment since it was first launched in 1990.

Each year since 1975, the International Council of Shopping Centres has presented awards for the most outstanding new and refurbished shopping centres in Europe. These awards are recognised as the most prestigious in the field of European retail property.

Note: they have general news on the shopping centre industry in Europe.

General stories about shopping centres with useful studies.

This report highlights the unique contributions that listed property companies make to the health, vibrancy, efficiency and accessibility of the European property market.

Comprehensive website integrating news, events, a shopping centre listing, research and publications...

A multi-stakeholder platform set up in order to exchange best practices on sustainability in the European retail sector and to identify opportunities and barriers that may further or hinder the achievement of sustainable consumption and production.

A resource centre (press releases, briefings, reports...).

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This report provides an overview of REDEVCO CR efforts and objectives. They included their plans and vision for the future. Please note that this report only covers the countries where Redevco was active in 2012: Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Hungary, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Portugal, the United Kingdom, Spain and Switzerland.