Environmental issues related to buildings

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Concept:   Concrete is one of the most consumed materials on the planet. It is cost-effective and efficient for the construction of buildings and infrastructure, making it almost irreplaceable in the construction sector.   Unfortunately, cement (material used to bind concrete together) has an enormous carbon footprint, emitting large amounts of CO2 during its production.  
Post date: 10 mar 2021
Type: Odnośnik

De nouveaux outils sont développés pour faciliter la transition du secteur de la construction vers plus de circularité. Parmi ces outils, les passeports matériaux représentent une opportunité majeure.   Ils permettent l’acquisition, le stockage et la transmission de données. Ils facilitent ainsi notamment l’entretien, la réparation, le remplacement, ou encore le réemploi ou le recyclage futur des matériaux et systèmes.  
Post date: 5 mar 2021
Type: Termin

Concept:   Small and medium-sized municipalities in the region of Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes are not meeting their energy saving goals due to a lack of technical and legal expertise.   The EU-funded BAPAURA project will offer a scheme to support energy efficiency investments in 115 public buildings, by developing advanced and centralised energy services for small and medium-sized municipalities.  
Post date: 5 mar 2021
Type: Odnośnik

  The VEEP replication workshop is a follow up event to the VEEP webinar on the 9th of March. Use the gained knowledge from the webinar and discuss the VEEP replication during the workshop with us!  
Post date: 1 mar 2021
Type: Termin

Concept and objectives:   The collaborative project EcoFuel addresses the Topic “Development of next generation renewable fuel technologies from CO2 and renewable energy (Power and Energy to Renewable Fuels)” under the call Building a low-carbon, climate resilient future: Secure, clean and efficient energy.  
Post date: 1 mar 2021
Type: Odnośnik

The reduction of energy demand in buildings through the adoption of energy efficiency policy is a key pillar of the European Union (EU) climate and energy strategy. Energy Efficiency first emerged in the EU energy policy agenda in the 1970s and was progressively transformed with shifting global and EU energy and climate policies and priorities.  
Post date: 26 lut 2021
Type: Publication

Delivering the vision of climate-neutrality by 2050 as defined in the Paris Agreement is only achievable if the whole building stock, including retail real estate portfolios, is thoroughly renovated and sustainable design of new buildings is adopted.  
Post date: 25 lut 2021
Type: Publication

A Transition to a more Resilient World - International Virtual Summit   KES Covid-19 Challenge is an international summit focussing on technological, economic, and social developments to combat the effects of global and local disasters as well as the ways in which we can build back better for our communities, industry, and the environment.  
Post date: 24 lut 2021
Type: Termin

BPIE – Buildings Performance Institute Europe has released a new report highlighting that despite industry efforts to decarbonise building portfolios, retail real estate asset managers and owners lack a sector-specific trajectory towards achieving climate-neutrality.
Post date: 24 lut 2021
Type: Aktualności

  Concept:   The steel industry has long held a strategic place in the EU economy, fostering innovation and growth and providing employment opportunities.   To keep up with the increasing demand for steel, it is important to reduce the environmental impact of steel production.  
Post date: 24 lut 2021
Type: Odnośnik