The IHBC’s heritage business register HESPR – our Historic Environment Service Providers Recognition quality assurance scheme for heritage services – emails members weekly ‘News and Tender Alerts’, and this week features Dezeen on a RIBA report on ‘Decarbonising the built environment’.
… authors of a RIBA report….have urged people in the sector to endorse their findings to help pressure governments…
November’s COP26 climate summit will be the first to recognise the built environment’s huge contribution to global warming and the RIBA has produced a report, to be presented at the summit, showing how construction can reduce its carbon emissions.
The authors of a RIBA report showing how construction can reduce its carbon emissions have urged people in the sector to endorse their findings to help pressure governments into taking action ahead of the COP26 climate conference….
Waugh, who is a member of the Architects Declare steering group…. said that governments are lagging behind the sector when it comes to decarbonising the built environment.
November’s COP26 climate summit will be the first to recognise the built environment’s huge contribution to global warming, with an estimated 40 per cent of global emissions coming from buildings and infrastructure….
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