4 September 2020

New research into tackling embodied carbon

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Reducing embodied carbon is one of the biggest challenges facing the built environment sector. Specifying the carbon cost of materials right from the outset is one of the best ways to lower a project’s embodied carbon emissions.

Working with colleagues from AECOM Buildings + Places and Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios, Stuart Macalister, Technical Design Lead at Heatherwick Studio. has outlined three key steps in a new article entitled Tackling embodied carbon: how to specify the carbon cost of materials.