- Our project will systematically explore the wealth of scattered and highly varied evidence that exists in relation to low carbon built environment research.
- We aim to narrow the gap between research, policy and practice by developing a bespoke approach to synthesising built environment evidence.
- We will draw upon best practice systematic review processes used by other scientific disciplines.
- Practical outputs include protocols, procedural tools and guidelines will be tested across two case study/demonstration projects.
Read what #CRCLCL's Mark Disendorf has to say in @renew_economy about the government's position on #renewable #energy and their interpretation of the #ACCC's recommendations: Have a read: https://t.co/r1ouEdvVq6 pic.twitter.com/j6zMGqhB4Z— Low Carbon Living (@CRC_LCL) August 24, 2018