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The building sector, when including both construction and operation, is responsible for a significant share of resources and energy consumption and CO2 emissions worldwide. The 2020 Building Global Status Report for Buildings and Construction speaks about global shares of 35% and 38% of the final energy and the emissions, respectively, for the building sector in 2019.
Post date: 21 Mayo 2021
Type: Noticias

Boosting economic recovery with the energy transition is the focus of this year’s event from 21-25 June 2021 in Wels/Austria. Only five weeks left until the World Sustainable Energy Days 2021!  
Post date: 20 Mayo 2021
Type: Noticias

To realise its potential to help Europeans live “beautifully, sustainably, together,” the Commission needs to prioritise beauty as a European public good supported by adequate investment, maximum societal participation and a comprehensive policy framework, argues Vadim Kononenko. Kononenko is a Senior Visiting Fellow at Egmont – Royal Institute of International Relations.   
Post date: 20 Mayo 2021
Type: Noticias

With the Renovation Wave Strategy, the European Commission aims to at least double renovation rates in the next ten years and make sure renovations lead to higher energy and resource efficiency. This will enhance the quality of life for people living in and using the buildings, reduce Europe’s greenhouse gas emissions, foster digitalisation and improve the reuse and recycling of materials.  
Post date: 19 Mayo 2021
Type: Noticias

The H2020 BuiltHub project - Dynamic EU building stock knowledge hub  
Post date: 19 Mayo 2021
Type: Enlace

The European Union’s decarbonisation and energy goals are having a positive impact on society at the European, national, regional and local level. However, the benefits of energy efficiency have yet to be fully understood and accepted by stakeholders. The EU-funded EEW4 project aims to support public authorities in implementing the Energy Union and achieving wide support for the benefits of decarbonisation and energy efficiency.  
Post date: 18 Mayo 2021
Type: Enlace

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Post date: 18 Mayo 2021
Type: Publication

‘Sustainable Energy Skills in the construction sector’ is a series of webinars devoted to energy efficiency area from different perspectives. It is organized jointly by 7 EU founded projects: BIMEET, BUSLeague, INSTRUCT, HP4ALL, The nZEB Roadshow, CraftEdu and TRAIN4SUSTAIN. The collaboration was established to raise awarness about a deep need for sustainable energy skills in the construction sector. The webinar is an opportunity to share their knowledge, experiences and research outcomes with the audience from European countries.
Post date: 17 Mayo 2021
Type: Evento

A new online GIS tool is helping designers, researchers and policymakers to understand how different European climates and cultures can influence energy demand in buildings. Researchers from RMIT University, Eurac Research and University Ca’ Foscari Venezia have launched an innovative GIS map with a difference: The European Climate and Cultural Atlas for Plus Energy Building Design – the 2CAP-Energy Atlas.  
Post date: 17 Mayo 2021
Type: Tool

As Europe contends with the Covid-19 pandemic, exposure to indoor air has been rising, with people spending up to 90% of time indoors. Indoor air quality is a crucial element of resilience against respiratory disease. Insufficiently burned fuel in old stoves and mold often pollute the air making buildings unhealthy to live in. These households are often the most vulnerable to price increases and decreasing job opportunities during the pandemic.  
Post date: 12 Mayo 2021
Type: Noticias