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

  • Standardisation: Joint EBC, SBS, FIEC and CPE reaction to the IMCO report for a revised Construction Products Regulation - - Read more  
  • EPBD: EBC endorses industry call for a bottom-up approach for integrated system efficiency - - Read more  
  • Energy efficiency: EBC exchanges with property owners, consumers, and housing representatives - - Read more  
  • Energy efficiency: Council opts for moderate ambition in general approach on the EPBD - - Read more  
  • Renewables: EBC endorses cross-sector call for an EU solar rooftop mandate - - Read more  
  • EUSEW 2022: final BIM4Ren event on digital tools for construction SMEs, skills and the Renovation Wave - - Read more  
  • SME reporting: EBC contributes to EFRAG consultation on Sustainability Reporting Standards for large enterprises - - Read more  
  • Construction 4.0: EBC will explore human-centric technologies in new EU-funded project Beeyonders - - Read more  
  • Energy efficiency: EBC reaches out to European Parliament ITRE committee for an improved EPBD recast - - Read more  
  • Energy Efficiency: EBC asks for an ambitious but realistic EPBD recast to European Parliament - - Read more  
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