Understanding that climate change also depends on our daily choices is fundamental; correcting our habits, even slightly, can be decisive. From food to construction, everything passes through industry, but, even before that, through
market research. The market responds to our requests, not our real needs: proper bio-ecological education can contribute to a lower impact on the environment. In this process it’s important to grasp terms such as: sustainable development, renewable energy, biocompatible materials, conscious use of resources. The MaVE-Material Value Exposure research (which was included in the “CORE-WOOD” project for the competitive repositioning of the wood supply chain: for wood comfort, livability and multi functionality of wooden structures, that has been developed in collaboration with the TESAF Department of the University of Padua, Italy) focused on an underestimated aspect: the biophysical interaction with materials present in the built environment.
Sector: Cross cutting
Country / Region: GlobalTags: built environment, climate change, efficient construction of buildings, energy, industry, projects, supply chains, sustainable development, wood, wood fuel
In 1 user collection: Session 5b: Multidisciplinary approaches to energy behaviours for achieving the SDGs
Knowledge Object: Publication / Report
Publishing year: 2020
Author: V. Deruto, A. Bertirotti, M. Moschi