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In a circular economy, products should be used for as long as possible – and reused to the greatest extent possible when they reach the end of their service life.
When renovating old homes or planning a new development, the right combination of design and insulation can make a big difference to a building’s performance.
Buildings have a huge untapped potential to become a central part of the solution to our urgent sustainability challenges.
The solution to saving energy is here, today. Insulation is an easy, cost-effective way to make buildings sustainable.
With good design and materials, rapid urbanisation can be sustainable.
In land-scarce urban areas, more and more people are working and making their homes in high-rise buildings. These structures can be brilliant solutions to the challenge of safely housing a growing population.
South Harbour School in Copenhagen, Denmark, is a new public school designed and built with focus on energy optimisation and harmonising the connection between the school and its surroundings. The school addresses a need for modern educational facilities while creating a new public space by the waterfront.
We’re all familiar with the idea of recycling. With ‘upcycling’, waste is transformed into more valuable products, thereby reducing the need for virgin materials.
Rundown or challenged neighbourhoods often face multiple social problems combined with health problems for the people living in inadequate buildings. At the workshop experts discuss how we through urban regeneration can design energy renovation projects to help solve some of these problems.