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Information Paper P171 of ASIEPI European project
Post date: 7 Jan 2010
Type: Publication

Information Paper P168 of ASIEPI European project
Post date: 7 Jan 2010
Type: Publication

Finland has set minimum requirements in the National Building Code for thermal insulation and ventilation of new buildings since 1976. The requirements have been changed several times in order to improve energy efficiency in buildings. The changes have been made in 2003, when the level of the requirements was tightened by 25-30%, and in 2007, when the requirements were changed because of the implementation of the EPBD. The latest tightened (-30%) requirements were given on December 2008 and will come into force in the beginning of 2010.
Post date: 7 Jan 2010
Type: Publication

Information Paper P165 of ASIEPI European project
Post date: 7 Jan 2010
Type: Publication

Information paper P164 of ASIEPI European Project
Post date: 7 Jan 2010
Type: Publication

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Post date: 7 Jan 2010
Type: Event

The Copenhagen Accord: http://unfccc.int/resource/docs/2009/cop15/eng/l07.pdf World leaders welcome the Copenhagen Accord: http://en.cop15.dk/news/view+news?newsid=3080 United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon: http://en.cop15.dk/news/view+news?newsid=3086
Post date: 6 Jan 2010
Type: News

And with the Darts turning out in the Isthmian Premier, European football – and the polluting long-haul flights that accompany it – is not an issue. Indeed, the geographical nature of the division also keeps a check on the club's carbon footprint – Dartford rarely have to travel far outside the M25, with the trips to Bognor Regis and Margate about as distant as they get. And the car park at the ground is used on weekdays as part of a park and ride service that encourages the use of public transport.
Post date: 6 Jan 2010
Type: News

“This data presents a few home truths,” says Paul King, chief executive of the UK Green Building Council. “Our public building stock is leaking like a sieve, with an enormous carbon footprint and energy bills to match.” He says that the Government need to lead by example, as the largest user and procurer of buildings in the country, and launch a major refurbishment programme. “Except in the case of a small number of historic buildings, we should simply mandate improvements that would eliminate the worst performing buildings,” says King.
Post date: 6 Jan 2010
Type: News