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Where to Go When Things Get Green

 

There are many resources available online to promote sustainable building products, materials and construction techniques. We have reviewed some of them and these are the ones that we have found to be more helpful.

 

 

Greenspec®

Greenspec logoGreenSpec is the foremost ‘Green Building’ resource in the UK. Independent of companies and trade bodies and launched in 2003 with government funding, GreenSpec promotes sustainable building products, materials and construction techniques.

 

BRE Green Guide to Specification

bre logoThe Green Guide is part of BREEAM (BRE Environmental Assessment Method) an accredited environmental rating scheme for buildings in UK. The Green Guide contains more than 1500 specifications used in various types of building. The Green Guide is primarily developed to provide building architects and specifiers environmental impact information to support the material/product specification and selection process.

 

Architects Journal – Footprint

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‘Footprint’ is the sustainability hub of this UK’s best-selling weekly architecture magazine. Topics range from Green News to Green Buildings and Green Products.

 

Passive House +

logoPHPPassive House Plus is an Irish innovative sustainable magazine about Passivhaus, Passive House technology and more. Articles range from Project cases to Part L – Building Regulations and Product News.

 

Building4change

Building4changing logoBuilding4change is an online knowledge hub, dedicated to sustainability, innovation and best practice in the built environment.

 

Zero Carbon Hub

Zero_Carbon_Hub_logo2Its primary aim is to support the mainstream delivery of low and zero carbon homes in England. Their website provides  guidance and information through publications. It also highlights building profiles with tested innovative solutions.

 

 

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