Zero Carbon Compendium 2015

Summary: 

This 2015 Compendium continues the work established in previous editions with representation from fifteen international countries. It aims to highlight the collaborative methodologies necessary for the built environment, energy and transport infrastructure to work in harmony to create the cities of the future. In addition this compendium aims to create a better understanding of the issues surrounding the achievement and delivery of low energy homes, in partnership with energy generation and storage, transport, innovation, space organisation and comfort. All of this combined ensures that cities, collectively, lower emissions and ensure sustainable communities.