Prohibiting combustible façade insulation and cladding on high-rise and high-risk buildings will be a major step toward aligning Italy’s fire regulations with other EU countries and creating a new generation of fire-safe buildings.
Strengthened national nZEB standards and rigorous implementation are a key ingredient to achieving Europe’s wider climate goals for 2030 and 2050, as well as increased comfort and well-being for occupants and long-term security for investors.
The recently released IPCC report details a long series of stark, science-based observations regarding the state of climate change and the likely impacts in years ahead.
Choosing the right strategy and taking action early to address the hidden carbon emissions in the building sector becomes more and more urgent.
The renovation wave presents a once in a decade opportunity to improve fire safety in the world’s buildings. Here is why it’s a smart investment for the future.
The need to secure economic recovery is more important than ever.
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