Assessing the Carbon-Related Impacts and Benefits of Timber in Construction
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This paper explains how to account for carbon in timber buildings and Environmental Product Declarations (EPDs) by rigorously applying the latest European Standards and the RICS Professional Statement on Whole Life Carbon Assessment in the built environment.
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How to measure carbon
As embodied carbon returns to the political agenda, TDUK offers advice on how architects and engineers can accurately assess the embodied carbon associated with timber buildings and building products. The Embodied Carbon Bill, re-introduced to Parliament in June, aims to make it mandatory to report the whole-life carbon emissions of...
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Module: Environmental aspects of wood Unit: Low carbon and timber buildings
Read on the importance of reducing greenhouse gas emissions through sustainable timber production, the association it has with buildings and carbon sequestration.
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