EU ‘must change the way it renovates’

By Mike Hayes02 June 2021

The European Academies Science Advisory Council (EASAC) has published a report highlighting the need for an urgent review of construction methods and materials.

In Decarbonisation of Buildings: for Climate, Health and Jobs, EASAC urges EU policymakers to take action to ensure the reduction of embodied carbon in both the construction and renovation of buildings.

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