Calling #builders, #engineers, #architects, #builders, #contractors, #developers, #commercial #building tenants & #owners - we need you for @UNSW & #CRCLCL #research. Spare 15 mins & take the #survey! Closes 3 June. https://t.co/evvRdMv1lF @MBA_Aust @NationalAIB pic.twitter.com/vfRycnFkFw— Low Carbon Living (@CRC_LCL) May 16, 2019
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Action at #federal, #state and #local government levels to reduce #Australia's #carbon #footprint will be discussed by #CRCLCL #CEO Prof Deo Prasad @ipweansw 's annual conference in June. Don't miss out, details here: https://t.co/9IGg6r0QUS pic.twitter.com/JE7OiG4HYl— Low Carbon Living (@CRC_LCL) May 14, 2019
Dr Shannan Maisey will outline the key components of air pollution and the consequences for the indoor environment.
Josh Byrne will share his insights in a webinar tackling why the his project Josh's House has been a winner for energy efficiency, as well as presenting the latest in CRC for Low Carbon Living research as we look to the future of sustainable living.
The CRC for Low Carbon Living UNSW Node in High Performance Architecture is pleased to host a presentation on Building Energy Efficiency and Reducing Energy Demand: Why? led by Professor Tadj Oreszczyn (University College London).
The team behind CRCLCL project workshop RP2021: Greening suburban transport held a workshop aimed at sharing knowledge and insights about case studies, initiatives and on-going research related to improving mobility and reducing transport emissions for low density suburban areas that are currently car dependent.