Green Building – Towards Sustainable Architecture

  title={Green Building – Towards Sustainable Architecture},
  author={B. Bielek},
  journal={Applied Mechanics and Materials},
  pages={751 - 760}
  • B. Bielek
  • Published 2016
  • Business
  • Applied Mechanics and Materials
The economic activities of man. The increase in the volume of emissions in atmosphere. The rise of global temperature. The biocapacity of the Earth. Ecological footprint. Ecological debt. Renewable sources of energy as a tool for increasing the capital of nature. A united energy market from fossil sources and renewable sources. Transformation of an economy to low energy and low emission technologies for manufacturing and to ecologically clean manufacturing products. The reaction of world… Expand
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