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Benefits of Green Buildings: part 3 – social benefits

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As World Green Building Week 2018 approaches (24 – 30 Sep), we thought we’d share some of the most recent research on the social benefits of green buildings. This post is part of a series which will explain why we should

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Energy-efficient glazing: all you need to know

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As we’ve said before, one of the most important steps you can take to reduce your carbon footprint is to make your home greener. Energy-efficient glazing can go a long way to helping you do this. The amount of heat

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Natural insulation: the benefits of sheep wool

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Insulation is one of the best ways to increase energy efficiency within a space; it will keep you warm in the winter and cool in the summer. There are no tricks as to what is in sheep wool – it’s

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Think natural insulation is more expensive? Think again!

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If you’re interested in using natural insulation but you’re worried about the cost, this article is for you. Like most people, we’ve become very familiar with the ‘ethical premium’: if you want the healthier, greener option you usually have to shell out

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