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Climate: Consequences of Covid-19 on the building sector in 2020

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In its 2020 Global Synthesis Report on Climate Action by Sector, Climate Chance analyzes the building sector, delivering a synthesis of the main trends and climate strategies in this field. An indispensable synthesis for understanding what direction climate plans will be heading in 2021.

 

Every year, the Global Synthesis Report on Climate Action by Sector analyzes the evolution of CO2 emissions according to the actions actually undertaken by « non-state » actors: local authorities, companies, NGOs, etc. in 6 major sectors of activity. In this comprehensive analysis, on a global scale, Climate Chance examines the building sector by delivering a synthesis of the major trends and climate strategies in this field.

 

The Building section of Climate Chance’s Global Synthesis Report presents the main take-aways of the year 2020 in this emissions sector, which was also affected by the Covid-19 health crisis.

 

Has Covid accelerated or hampered climate strategies in the building sector?

 

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