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Special issue of Buildings journal on low carbon building design

last modified Jun 26, 2015 10:28 AM

IDBE have edited a Special Issue of the open access, international journal Buildings on Low Carbon Building Design.  The Issue includes an editorial by Alice Moncaster (Pathways to Low Carbon Building: Reflection on the Special Issue), papers by IDBE Tutors Rachael Luck (Learning How to Use Buildings: An Exploration of the Potential of Design Interactions to Support Transition to Low-Impact Community Living) and Christina Georgiadou (Future-Proofed Energy Design Approaches for Achieving Low-Energy Homes: Enhancing the Code for Sustainable Homes), and by IDBE Associate Jason Palmer (What Can We Learn from the Household Electricity Survey?), among others.  All full papers can be read and downloaded from here: http://www.mdpi.com/search?q=&journal=buildings&volume=&authors=&section=&issue=&article_type=&spec

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