This study surveyed CRCLCL members’ experience of low carbon education and found that more widespread, collaborative communication of information about low carbon built environments and their costs and savings is necessary for informed decisions to be made. The report identifies the key areas that could be improved so that various stakeholders have a common understanding of issues involved with creating a low carbon built environment.
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RP3006: Education Scoping Study: Survey and gap analysis of existing low carbon education programs
Publications related to this project
This report outlines the findings from an Education Scoping Study (Study), commissioned by the CRC, to identify key areas for education and capacity building for low carbon living of particular interest to CRC members and participants, through research, interviews, and a survey. The...
Research Snapshot A3 size poster from Participants Annual Forum 2014