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Festive Bite-Size Session: Natural building materials - the essential choice for healthy buildings or an expensive luxury? - Bristol

Join speaker Andrew Mitchell for a discussion of how natural building materials perform compared to the more conventional materials commonly used - with added mince pies and festive cheer! Read more…

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Bite-Size Session: Back to the Future - how predicted energy use can help you design buildings that are actually low energy in operation

Join AECOM's Kev Couling as he discusses the growing trend of integrating how much energy a new building might use once it is occupied into the design process. Read more…

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Passivhaus Series: 1. Passivhaus Fundamentals - Bristol

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Event one of a series of four Passivhaus events, run in partnership with AECB Carbonlite. The Green Register and AECB CarbonLite are pleased to be working together to provide four half-day technical sessions in Bristol on the Passivhaus principles. Read more…

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Bite-Size Session: The Future of Windows - a sustainable approach to acoustic design - London

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Find out how to take a green, forward thinking approach to all aspects of building acoustics including window design. When the Romans invented... Read more…

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Mind the Gap! Are our construction projects performing as designed?

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April 23rd, 2015 9:15 AM to 5:00 PM, London
Are our construction projects performing as designed? Why do we miss targets despite an ever-increasing understanding of the issues? Read more…

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Bite-Size session: Why being ‘Green’ doesn’t make us ‘Green’ - The Ostrich and other problems

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April 16th, 2015 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM, London
The majority of human activity is goal-directed (Locke, 1969) and consequently, the process by which people strive for goals has been the focus of much social, cognitive, and neuro-psychological research. Read more…

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