Government rejects tougher green targets

Hyam, Tim
May 2004
Building Design;5/21/2004, Issue 1626, p4
Trade Publication
Reports that the British Sustainable Buildings Task Group refused to tighten its carbon emission rules for architectural design. Assertion by the agency that the construction industry is not yet ready for additional environmental protection rules; Assertion by environmentalist architects that the agency failed to promote environment-friendly design policies.


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