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The BC Insulators: The Union as Climate Change Advocate
(Adapting Canadian Work and Workplaces (ACW), 2016-11)
Presentation by John Calvert, Simon Fraser University, at ACW All Team Meeting Researcher’s Workshop. Vancouver, November 2016
What kind of expertise is needed for low energy construction?
(Construction Management and Economics, 2016)
The construction industry is responsible for 40% of European Union (EU) end-use emissions but addressing this is problematic, as evident from the performance gap between design intention and on-site energy performance. ...
Factsheet: Low-Carbon Construction of Canada’s “Built Environment”
(Adapting Canadian Work and Workplaces (ACW), 2016-05)
Buildings are the fourth highest source of greenhouse gas emissions by economic sector in Canada, and will surpass electricity to become the third highest source by 2020. Reducing the greenhouse gases (GHGs) emitted by ...
Does Brexit blur a low carbon future?
(Adapting Canadian Work and Workplaces (ACW), 2016-11-26)
Presentation notes for a presentation by Linda Clarke, Professor of European Industrial Relations at the University of Westminster, to the International Panel held on November 26 2016 in Vancouver, Dark Politics: Climate ...