built environment insights, issue 5 | uk 01 Mar 2019

Resilient buildings - adapting to the changing climate

As the Built Environment sector is particularly vulnerable to climate change risk, it is likely to feature in the adaptation and mitigation measures adopted globally by the parties to the Paris Agreement, as well as the financial instruments that will underpin the unprecedented action required. We take a look at how the UK's response is shaping up to the potential impacts.

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The Built Environment accounts for an estimated 40% of global energy use, an estimated 30% of energy-related greenhouse gas emissions and a large share of waste generation and use of natural resources.

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