The buildings sector’s crucial role in mitigating climate change is finally being recognized. For the first time in the history of climate negotiations, a Buildings Day will be held December 3 at the COP21 UN conference on climate change in Paris. It will bring together innovative businesses and UN negotiators to work for the future of our planet.
Oliver Rapf, Director of the Buildings Performance Institute, explains why and what needs to be achieved.
Read the full article on the website of Friends of Europe.
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