Decarbonisation and the built environment

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Callum Hill and Andrew Norton assess how the construction industry can achieve net zero carbon.

 

This article is part of a new series, Timber 2020/2021 Industry Yearbook Online.

 

 

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Stuart Edwards discusses how timber plays a key role in creating sustainable housing.

 

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Chapter 4, Tackling the sustainability challenge, features three very different and remarkable projects:

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  • New Islington

 

Chapter 4 includes interviews with:

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