Sustainable buildings

Level(s) is a voluntary EU reporting framework, developed by the European Commission and industry stakeholders, aiming at improving the sustainability of buildings. It is based upon six priorities and respective indicators such as greenhouse gas emissions throughout the building’s life cycle as well as resource efficient and circular material life cycles. Construction craftsmen and SMEs support the EU approach on sustainable buildings and continue to adapt their behaviour in order to take it into account and protect the environment and its natural resources.

News

  • EUSEW event: Spurring Europe’s renovation wave - - Read more  
  • EU Recovery Plan: we need an EU concerted action to prioritise the built environment! - - Read more  
  • Digital construction: Meet BIM4Ren, easy-to-use BIM tools for renovation - - Read more  
  • Green ‘Superbonus’: Joint statement on supporting the Italian plan to relaunch the building sector - - Read more  
  • Renovation wave to support the recovery: videocall with EU Energy Commissioner Kadri Simson - - Read more  
  • Sustainable buildings: Stakeholders discuss feedback from Level(s) test phase - - Read more  
  • EBC welcomes the European Green Deal communication - - Read more  
  • Research & Innovation: a Public-Private Partnership on a Sustainable Built Environment - - Read more  
  • Integrated building renovations can help to deliver a successful European Green Deal - - Read more  
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