Low-carbon materials and the problem of betterment

With COP28 kicking off this week, Nick Turner, head of surveying at Woodgate & Clark, considers the current choice of low-carbon materials in building repairs and the problem of betterment.

With COP28 kicking off this week, Nick Turner, head of surveying at Woodgate & Clark, considers the current choice of low-carbon materials in building repairs and the problem of betterment.

On the road to Net Zero, there have been some significant developments in low-carbon building materials, but a big stumbling block is that the consensus has not been reached on how a low carbon

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