Book review: Natural building techniques: A guide to ecological methods and materials

Author: Philip Isaac

Date published

9 August 2022

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Book review: Natural building techniques: A guide to ecological methods and materials

Book review: Natural building techniques: A guide to ecological methods and materials
The Structural Engineer
Author

Philip Isaac

Date published

9 August 2022

Author

Philip Isaac

Price

Free

As readers of this publication will be all too aware, our need to act collectively to fight climate change is urgent. Tom Woolley’s latest book is therefore an important and timely reminder that building with low-carbon materials can and has been done, and should not be seen as a future panacea but instead a realistic ambition, writes Philip Isaac.

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The Institution of Structural Engineers

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