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The Low-Carbon Buildings Method 3.0 By Guillaume FABRE
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A simplified methodology built on PAS 2050 for assessing GHG emissions from buildings construction. With the LCB Method: > Estimate the GHG emissions of your building > Compare your emissions... More > to those of a regular building (baseline) > Identify emission reduction opportunities > Verify that the construction of your building is “carbon neutral” (with PAS 2060). For more info, visit www.lcbmethod.com.< Less
The Low-Carbon Buildings Method 3.0 Supplement 1 (ebook) By Guillaume FABRE
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Additional guidance to the LCB Method 3.0 for assessing the carbon reduction performance of building projects. For more info, visit www.lcbmethod.com.
The Low-Carbon Buildings Method 3.0 (eBook) By Guillaume Fabre
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A simplified methodology built on PAS 2050 for assessing GHG emissions from buildings construction. With the LCB Method: > Estimate the GHG emissions of your building > Compare your emissions... More > to those of a regular building (baseline) > Identify emission reduction opportunities > Verify that the construction of your building is “carbon neutral” (with PAS 2060). For more info, visit www.lcbmethod.com.< Less
The Low-Carbon Buildings Method 3.0 Supplement 2 (ebook) By Guillaume FABRE
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Additional guidance to the LCB Method 3.0 for using the Method on interior decoration projects. For more info, visit www.lcbmethod.com.
Improving Living Conditions for Rural-Low Income Housing - Self Build With Earth in Composite Climate of NW Region of India By Atishay Jain
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Housing is a very important sector having enormous potential for saving energy and carbon emissions. With 32% of the people below the international poverty line and 70% of the people below a wage of... More > 2$ per day, there is an enormous lack of sound housing in India. Practices in recent years is seeing a huge shift from vernacular to the use of modern materials argued on basis of better durability and better indoor performance compared to natural materials. This research investigates the application of various natural materials, specifically earth within rural housing. Theoretical and analytical work has been carried out to improve living conditions in current built form by using passive design strategies, utilizing various building simulation tools and knowledge from traditional practices. Benefits of using environmental friendly natural materials to that of conventional ones has also been documented.< Less