Author: Jane Anderson
An expert in Life Cycle Assessment for the Construction industry
- I suspect this is really not the way to try and achieve net zero. Not surprised it costs 15% more.… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…xxx 8 hours ago
- Excellent news - Denmark to regulate Embodied Carbon as part of whole life carbon for all buildings over 1000m2.… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…xxx 8 hours ago
- Really hope this will look at Embodied Carbon and resource efficiency. There might be less waste on site with MMC b… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…xxx 1 day ago
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Tag Archives: Embodied Carbon
UK Government has required Whole Life Carbon assessments, which means embodied carbon assessments, for all new public works projects and programmes since December 2020
In October 2020, the Government responded to the Committee on Climate Change’s 2020 Progress Report which had recommended to Government, in relation to embodied carbon in buildings, that the Government, “support the assessment and benchmarking of whole-life carbon in buildings.” … Continue reading
BSI are currently looking for comments on the draft of Publicly Available Specification 2080 which covers the calculation of embodied carbon and operational carbon, or as the PAS calls it, Capital and Operational Carbon for Infrastructure. According to BSI, the objective for … Continue reading
Christian Dimbleby from Architype reflects on the the UKGBC Embodied Carbon Conference last month. http://www.architype.co.uk/blog/ukgbc-embodied-carbon-conference
UK Government encourages use of Embodied Carbon and costing of Environmental Externalities in Construction Procurement
The Government’s recent Policy Note on Procurement of Steel for major projects highlights that the Public Contract Regulations (PCRs 2015) which came into force in February allow Public Procurement on the basis of environmental and social criteria, in addition to economic criteria. … Continue reading
UKGBC member videos from their Conference on 1 October.