Health and well-being impacts of energy efficiency

By Saska Petrova

Followers of this blog may be interested in the presentations and outcomes associated with the Roundtable on Health and Well-being Impacts of Energy Efficiency Improvements, held in Copenhagen last month as part of the International Energy Agency study on ‘Capturing the multiple benefits of energy efficiency’. The relationship between housing and energy was one of the key themes at the conference, featuring presentations by well known authors in this field, such as Brenda Boardman, Ute Dubois, Veronique Ezratty and Christine Liddell.

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