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Buildings 2030: Building 4 People – Discovering the Impact of Better Buildings
There is ample evidence to show that buildings impact our health, wellbeing and productivity. We need to reshape how we think about designing, operating, renovating and investing in buildings. The broad alignment of environmental and health agendas presents an opportunity to invest in enhancing the quality of life of all Europeans, alongside improving building performance.
Buildings 2030 is hosting the launch of the impact modelling study conducted by Buildings Performance Institute Europe focused on assessing and monetizing the impact of schools, offices and hospitals on our health, wellbeing and productivity.
The study is based on more than 100 academic articles, dozens of case studies and expert interviews focusing on health, wellbeing and productivity in buildings. The results deliver a clear picture that healthy and sustainable buildings can have a huge positive Europe-wide impact on the economy, society and companies’ bottom line.
Presentations and discussions on the day will highlight the latest research findings, policy landscape and business cases. Join us to hear from health experts, policy-makers and built environment practitioners calling for better buildings. The event program will be released three weeks before the date of the event.
The study was funded by EuroACE, European Climate Foundation, E.ON, Rockwool, Saint-Gobain, Signify and Velux.
The energy sufficiency library
eceee's energy sufficiency library contains all concept papers, workshop reports and presentations from the Energy Sufficiency project. It also highlights relevant reports from other sources to help you dig deeper and better understand what sufficiency might mean for you and our society.