WorldGBC publishes EU roadmap for delivering net zero construction

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WorldGBC publishes EU roadmap for delivering net zero construction

New report sets out how policymakers could help accelerate the adoption of low carbon building technologies and practices

Updated building regulations, a focus on sustainable procurement, and better modelling of the whole-life environmental impact of developments are all required if the European Union is to accelerate progress...

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