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Towards Sustainable Building

Edited By: N Maiellaro
Publisher: Springer Nature
Towards Sustainable Building
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  • Towards Sustainable Building ISBN: 9781402000126 Hardback Dec 2001 Usually dispatched within 1-2 weeks
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This volume includes chapters on sustainable building policies, tools, and challenges.

Contents

Preface. Part I: Policies. 1. Planning in evolution; D. Borri. 2. Integrating expert and common knowledge for sustainable housing management; E. Conte, V. Monno. 3. Sustainable building policies: exploring the implementation gap; E. van Bueren. 4. Eco-labelling for buildings; A. Blum, et al. 5. Bioclimatic technologies in Mediterranean Countries; N. Cardinale, et al. 6. Actions towards professionals and the general public to overcome the barriers to the development of bioclimatic technologies; D. Raulin, D. Flahaut. Part II: Tools. 7. Environmental impact assessment methods in the Netherlands; E. van Keeken. 8. The environmental benefits of sustainable housing in the Netherlands; G. Klunder. 9. Modelling environmental complexity for sustainable design practice; M. De Grassi, B. Naticchia. 10. EPIQR-TOBUS: a new generation of refurbishment decision aid methods; F. Flourentzou, et al. 11. Support measures for sustainable building; A. Lerario, N. Maiellaro. Part III: Challenges. 12. Research in construction engineering and technology: the international context; V. Esposti. 13. The life cycle of building; P. Schmid. 14. Sustainable construction: some economic challenges; R. Bon. 15. On the way towards sustainable building; P. Huovila.

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Edited By: N Maiellaro
Publisher: Springer Nature
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