This survey is intended to provide a perspective on the effectiveness of actions that could mitigate the climate change impacts of the built environment.  The survey is being made available to a large group of individuals connected to the built environment sector, and is intended to provide a bottom-up view of effective climate change mitigation actions, to complement top-down policies and action plans developed by governments and large non-government organizations.

The survey is designed to provide a bottom-up view of GHG reduction actions, to complement top-down policies and action plans developed by governments and large non-government organizations.  Analysis of date will be led by the University of Malta, but other relevant organizations will also have access to the raw data produced through this project.

The content and structure of the survey has been examined in a series of workshops held in conjunction with several research-oriented conferences that are part of an on-going series operated since 2000. The survey feedback workshops were held at SBE during 2016, 2017 and 2018, and valuable suggestions have influenced the final content of the survey.

PARTICIPATING ORGANIZATIONS

The project is being developed by supported by the International Initiative for a Sustainable Built Environment (iiSBE) on behalf of three other international organizations including the United Nations Environment Programme (UN Environment, www.unenvironment.org), the International Council for Research and Innovation in Building and Construction (CIB, www.cibworld.nl), and the International Federation of Consulting Engineers, (FIDIC).

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