World Green Building Council launches new Circularity Accelerator

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Example of an office refurb by the UK Green Building Council
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Example of an office refurb by the UK Green Building Council

New programme aims to help global building industry achieve long term net zero goals

The World Green Building Council (WGBC) hopes to advance the transition towards net zero emissions with the launch today of a new Circularity Accelerator programme, aimed at raising awareness and understanding...

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