Green Transitions in the Built Environment: Europe

Presentation by Linda Clarke, Melahat Sahin-Dikmen, Colin Gleeson, ProBE (Centre for the Study of the Production of the Built Environment), University of Westminster, at ACW All-Team Meeting’s Researcher Presentations.

Unions Make City Building (Glasgow) a Model of Sustainable Construction and Employment

City Building is a ground-breaking not-for profit building organization with an in-house training centre, a large apprenticeship scheme, and a highly unionized, directly employed workforce.

Workshop asks “What kind of Green and Just Transition?”

This workshop addresses this debate and is concerned in particular with the active role of workers and the trade unions in this transition, including examples from the built environment of successful intervention.

Low Energy Construction at City Building (Glasgow)

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City Building has developed the Glasgow House, the first of the kind in Scotland. These innovative low energy houses have high levels of insulation and airtightness, efficient heating systems and solar thermal panels.

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