Refocusing modern methods of construction on the climate emergency: a five capitals model for action

Author: Adrian Campbell, Robert Hairstans and Giulia Jones

Date published

2 September 2020

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Refocusing modern methods of construction on the climate emergency: a five capitals model for action

The Structural Engineer
Refocusing modern methods of construction on the climate emergency: a five capitals model for action
Date published

2 September 2020

Author

Adrian Campbell, Robert Hairstans and Giulia Jones

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Free

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Adrian Campbell, Robert Hairstans and Giulia Jones

Adrian Campbell, Robert Hairstans and Giulia Jones explain how natural, human, social, manufactured and economic capital can all benefit from a sustainability-focused approach to off-site manufacturing.

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7
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The Institution of Structural Engineers

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Climate change Construction management Issue 9

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