Identifying, assessing and minimising the risks

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Increasingly, whole-life and embodied carbon are becoming a consideration for planning authorities and those who are developing properties, because much of a building’s emissions are generated during construction. Whole-life carbon is the carbon emitted from a building throughout its construction, operation and end of life. A part of this is embodied...

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