Strategic analysis of barriers and solutions to development of sustainable buildings using PESTLE technique

  title={Strategic analysis of barriers and solutions to development of sustainable buildings using PESTLE technique},
  author={Sadaf Dalirazar and Zahra Sabzi},
  journal={International Journal of Construction Management},
  • Sadaf Dalirazar, Z. Sabzi
  • Published 12 December 2020
  • Economics, Engineering
  • International Journal of Construction Management
The construction industry is growing and due to its devastating impacts on environment, the development of sustainable buildings is imperative. Nonetheless, the number of sustainable buildings is s... 

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