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“The 21st of July is the first “Zero Carbon Britain Day”

“The 21st of July is the first “Zero Carbon Britain Day”, so it’s a fitting time to we remember the significant role that the built environment has on Britain’s overall carbon footprint. To find out about the national and international carbon reduction efforts, how to calculate the carbon footprint of a building project, and about the technologies that are helping to reduce carbon use in this sector, read Carbon Management in the Built Environment. “ http://www.routledge.com/books/details/9780415684071/

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