and the identification of structural measures to support this goal. It starts by giving a description of the categories of building to be included and identifies
demand-side and supply-side CO2 emissions of relevance for the Built Environment Roadmap
The planned Climate Action and Low-Carbon Development Bill requires the development of a National Low-Carbon Roadmap, incorporating sectoral roadmaps on agriculture, electricity generation, transport and built environment.
The submission underlines the need for flexibility to respond to evolving climate and energy policies and notes some concerns about the financing of proposed measures.
- Submission to DECLG on Built Environment Roadmap.pdf - 876 Kbytes
Wednesday, 21 May 2014