Environmental issues related to buildings

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Post date: 27 Sep 2011
Type: Event

The ‘roadmap to a resource-efficient Europe’ identifies the sectors – particularly food, housing and transport – that consume most resources and outlines how the region can grow while using fewer resources. The report looks at key natural resources like raw materials, metals, energy, biodiversity and water, which have been used to fuel economic growth as if they were inexhaustible. To read the report, please go to the relevant BUILD UP publication here.
Post date: 23 Sep 2011
Type: News

Post date: 23 Sep 2011
Type: Publication

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Post date: 22 Sep 2011
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Post date: 22 Sep 2011
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Post date: 21 Sep 2011
Type: Event

The ‘Call for Abstracts’ is now open and will close on 8 October 2011. To submit your abstract please see the Call for Abstracts page.The ‘Call for Workshop Proposals’ is currently open and will close on 30 September 2011 – click here to find out more
Post date: 21 Sep 2011
Type: News

Ob "Ölkatastrophe im Golf von Mexiko" oder "Dioxin im Frühstücksei", es gibt viele aktuelle Anlässe, Umweltthemen in den Unterricht aufzunehmen. Oft auch auf den zweiten Blick, wenn es beispielsweise um die Nachhaltigkeitskonzepte von Veranstaltungen wie Olympische Spiele oder der Fußball-WM geht. Dazu kommen Themen, die immer wieder aktuell sind, wie die Qualität von Badegewässern. Oft kommen Kinder mit Fragen, die in den Medien diskutiert werden, in die Schule und erwarten Erklärungen - hier bietet der Online-Service Unterstützung.
Post date: 21 Sep 2011
Type: News

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Post date: 19 Sep 2011
Type: Event