Category Archives: Embodied Carbon Week 2014

EPD Infographic – https://infogr.am/constructionlcas_guide_to_epd

If you’ve ever wondered how many EN 15804 EPD are out there, what products they cover, which EPD programmes have published the most EPD or how quickly the number of EPD are growing, then look no further than my Infographic on … Continue reading

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A Developer, Contractor, Manufacturer and Consultant’s perspectives on Embodied Carbon

UKGBC member videos from their Conference on 1 October. 

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Reducing Embodied Carbon – how easy can it be?

Paul King has just written a great blog, available from Building (free registration required) talking about his reaction to Embodied Carbon Week, and where we go from here. Paul’s initial scepticism that Embodied Carbon could be of interest for a … Continue reading

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My BSI webinar on EN 15804 available to view

As part of the UKGBC’s Embodied Carbon Week, I was invited by BSI to give a webinar on “The standard for Embodied Carbon and Life Cycle Assessments (LCA): BS EN 15804 and Environmental Product Declarations (EPD) for construction products”. BSI have … Continue reading

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Embodied Carbon Week Wrap Up webinar available to view

A video is available now from the UKGBC website.  I’m so pleased that a subject so dear to me has finally reached such a broad audience, and that changes are afoot…

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