Global Warming and the Built Environment
The role of the built environment on global warming is seen to be of increasing relevance. In this book, contributors of international repute offer a wide perspectivet on the subject. This new paperback edition offers insights and techniques regarding design and management of buildings and urban settlement and discusses the issues of accountability and responsibility.
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users buildings and energy
Gerald Vinten 2 1 Introduction
Deo K Prasad 9 1 Introduction
Materials selection and energy efficiency
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