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.


  • The European Housing Sector call for contextualised Fit-for-55 and EPBD revision - - Read more  
  • High Level Construction Forum: Co-creating a policy roadmap for the sector - - Read more  
  • Energy Efficiency: Construction SMEs call for proportionate and realistic measures in their new position on the EPBD revision - - Read more  
  • Energy Efficiency: EBC contributes to the Coalition on Sustainable Buildings & Neighbourhoods activities on One-stop shops - - Read more  
  • SMEunited, EBC and the LIFE programme join efforts to inspire green construction among SMEs - - Read more  
  • Green construction: SMEunited/EBC event on ''Green best practices for construction SMEs and how the EU can support'' - - Read more  
  • EU Circular Talks: More competitiveness of secondary materials to enable circular economy in construction - - Read more  
  • Energy Efficiency: Coalition on Sustainable Buildings and Neighbourhoods stepping up EPBD activity - - Read more  
  • Digitalisation: DigiPLACE closing conference on the EU Green Deal - - Read more  
  • Energy Efficiency: DG Energy stakeholder workshops on the EPBD revision - - Read more  
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