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World Green Building Council Apr 8
It’s a fact: zero carbon buildings are not only good for the planet, but a good financial investment too. New study proves the financial case for zero carbon buildings via
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UK Green Building Council Apr 7
Join our introductory half day course on to discover what a building is and how businesses can deliver them to help achieve the ambitions of the . 👇 Book today
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UK Green Building Council Nov 28
Delighted to announce a major new task group to develop an industry-led definition for net zero carbon buildings as part of . Thanks to lead partner foundation & partners , ,
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Irish GrnBldgCouncil Apr 10
Victoria Burrows now giving an update on the project. A campaign to ensure all buildings are net zero carbon by 2050
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Georgina Eldridge 27 Mar 18
.'s global project is helping markets across the 🌎 transition to zero carbon buildings. Our new snapshots show how 5 Green Building Councils are leading us towards a carbon future - check out the snapshots here! ➡️
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UK Green Building Council Apr 10
Join us for our event in on May 9. We will be discussing the outputs from our Net Zero Task Group and how they relate to Bristol and the South West. Book today 👇
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Georgina Eldridge 26 Mar 18
How do energy efficient buildings help on the road to net zero? 's infographic outlines the pathways to achieving a net zero carbon built environment
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Jesse Putzel Oct 18
Great to be supporting this important program of work with great partners and . Looking forward to the challenge
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UK Green Building Council Apr 7
A great article by from outlining the commercial case for in
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Joelle Chen Oct 18
“Building with inefficient technology but 75% lower in terms of energy consumption than the next building-with same number of occupants. Human behaviour is key.”
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Cundall Sep 13
Cundall is proud to become a signatory of the Net Zero Carbon Buildings Commitment launched today at the Global Climate Action Summit. .
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Jannik Giesekam May 16
NEW Briefing Note explaining why we need a whole life approach to reducing carbon in construction and our recommendations for government and local authorities. (Mentioned at recent event)
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Munish Datta Nov 28
30 sector experts & 12 leading industry bodies convened by in a hugely significant, cross sector & comprehensive task group to develop an industry-led definition for net zero carbon
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Integral Group 29 Mar 18
., , , and have all launched net zerocarbon certification standards under the project framework, outlined in new GBC snapshots released this week!
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Cristina Gamboa Apr 4
Excited to be collaborating with . We'll exchange best practices and share new solutions to drive adoption at a city scale and promote a zero carbon future in cities.
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Sam Carson 19 Apr 18
Cost benefit analysis of efficient buildings, case study from . Done well, saves money immediately and into the future. Another reason for . Their "rules of thumb" for low carbon design is must read.
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BPF Nov 28
We're very pleased to be supporting 's new task group, which will develop an industry-led definition for net zero carbon buildings
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Cundall Sep 26
We’re proud to be a signatory of Net Zero Carbon Buildings Commitment and a member of . After it’s fantastic to see more companies taking action on smarter energy for
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Jannik Giesekam 18 Apr 18
Looking forward to today's fully booked event from - I'll be talking about going from Paris to projects: aligning carbon targets in construction. If you can't make it follow to join the debate.
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Elementa Consulting Jan 11
Proud to have Principal, Rick Wheal represent Elementa as a task group member for 's campaign, helping to develop an industry-led definition for carbon buildings, find out more here;
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