Scaling low-carbon construction materials

Author: Philip Isaac and Jonny Hawkshaw

Date published

2 September 2020

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Scaling low-carbon construction materials

The Structural Engineer
Scaling low-carbon construction materials
Date published

2 September 2020

Author

Philip Isaac and Jonny Hawkshaw

Price

Free

Access Resource
Author

Philip Isaac and Jonny Hawkshaw

Philip Isaac and Jonny Hawkshaw review the potential for materials with lower embodied carbon to be used more widely in both small-scale domestic projects and larger-scale residential and commercial projects.

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Format:
PDF
Pages:
7
Publisher:
The Institution of Structural Engineers

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Climate change Issue 9 Carbon

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