Author: Jane Anderson
An expert in Life Cycle Assessment for the Construction industry
- How has the UK managed to reduce GHG emissions in last 10 years. Well we've done well for Electricity, Fuel supply… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…xxx 6 hours ago
- Excellent that the CLC are highlighting the need to use low carbon materials, but deciding if a new building is rea… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…xxx 22 hours ago
- RT @theeyecollector: Cycle lanes as muppets, a thread Kermit https://t.co/9WKdGRVRNVxxx 2 days ago
- Response from Lord Greenhalgh for the Government to questions about encouraging retrofit to avoid intensive (embodi… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…xxx 2 days ago
- #ECW2014 embodiedcarbon
- 2 degrees
- A Level
- Arctic cloudwhitening sea-ice resources
- capital carbon
- climate change
- ECO Platform
- Embodied Carbon
- Environmental Externalities
- greenhouse gases
- Life cycle costing
- ASBP publish a comprehensive list of EPD for UK produced construction products in our new Briefing Paper
- UK Government has required Whole Life Carbon assessments, which means embodied carbon assessments, for all new public works projects and programmes since December 2020
- #RegulateEmbodiedCarbon – ACAN’s campaign
- More than 10,000 EN 15804 EPD at the start of 2021!
- When is an EPD not an EPD?
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Monthly Archives: October 2015
UKGBC member videos from their Conference on 1 October.
I’ve been using pinterest to pin some infographics which tickle my fancy. Hopefully I’ll be posting some of my own soon.
Thomas Thwaites on The Toaster Project: all you need to know about how far we have come, and how far we still have to go.
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“Humanity is called to recognize the need for changes of lifestyle, production and consumption, in order to combat this warming or at least the human causes which produce or aggravate it. … Many of those who possess more resources and … Continue reading
“There can be no attack on poverty without an assault on climate change. So we commit to make progress in a way that is sustainable and protects our one and only planet for the long term and treasures and conserves … Continue reading