Setting carbon targets: an introduction to the proposed SCORS rating scheme

Author: Will Arnold, Mike Cook, Duncan Cox, Orlando Gibbons and John Orr

Date published

16 October 2020

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Setting carbon targets: an introduction to the proposed SCORS rating scheme

The Structural Engineer
Setting carbon targets: an introduction to the proposed SCORS rating scheme
Date published

16 October 2020

Author

Will Arnold, Mike Cook, Duncan Cox, Orlando Gibbons and John Orr

Price

Free

Access Resource
Author

Will Arnold, Mike Cook, Duncan Cox, Orlando Gibbons and John Orr

Will Arnold, Mike Cook, Duncan Cox, Orlando Gibbons and John Orr present SCORS – a proposed carbon rating scheme for structures – and encourage engineers to adopt carbon targets for their projects.

Correction
In the Acknowledgements section on page 12, Lindsay Rasmussen of Architecture 2030 was mistakenly named as ‘Laura’. We apologise to Lindsay for the oversight.

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Format:
PDF
Pages:
5
Publisher:
The Institution of Structural Engineers

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Climate change Issue 10 Carbon

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