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Buildings For Our Future: The Deep Path for Closing the Emissions Gap in the Building Sector

Buildings For Our Future: The Deep Path for Closing the Emissions Gap in the Building Sector

With the goal of addressing climate concerns through lower carbon use, the GBPN shows that with ambitious improvements in the energy performance of buildings, it is possible to reduce their CO2 emissions by one third by 2050. Read more…

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Microeconomic Evidence for the Benefits of Investment in the Environment 2 (MEBIE2) (NERR057)

Guidance and industry reports, Measurement & reporting tools

Microeconomic Evidence for the Benefits of the Investment in the Environment 2 (MEBIE 2) is a review of the evidence for the benefits of the natural environment to people. Read more…

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The Year of Climate Departure for World Cities

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This map displays the world cities by their timing of climate departure. According to Dr. Camilo Mora, at the University of Hawaii, Manoa, climate... Read more…

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The UK’s most important live experiment

Blogs & Opinion

This blog by Dr Paul Toyne (Director of Sustainability at Balfour Beatty) discusses the main themes to be included in this year Ecobuild (March 2014). Read more…

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Tomorrow’s World: Retrofitting UK Cities to 2050

Blogs & Opinion

Blog by Tim Dixon, professor in sustainable futures in the built environment in the School of Construction Management and Engineering, University of Reading. Read more…

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Beginners Introduction to Climate Change and Carbon E-learning module

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1 hour free online module providing an overview of Climate Climate and Carbon with a focus on Sustainable Construction. Overview of climate change... Read more…

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