World Green Building Council announces plan to construct 'net zero' strategy

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World Green Building Council announces plan to construct 'net zero' strategy

Building industry trade body launches new strategy to ensure all buildings have 'net zero' climate impact by 2050

By 2050 all buildings will have zero impact on the climate, thanks to a combination of energy efficiency measures and clean energy generation. That is the vision of a major new project from the World...

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