In late 2015 iiSBE launched an international pilot survey project to identify useful approaches for reducing GHG emissions in the built environment. The pilot survey was sent out to a group of contacts and provided a good set of responses (see attached document). The final survey is now ready to be given global distribution to a broad range of stakeholders, and it is expected that the results will provide new perspectives on GHG mitigation strategies.

University of Malta

Sectors of activity
Environmental Services, Buildings and construction, Energy, Scientific Research, Development and Innovation

Type of initiative
Education & Awareness Raising, Policy Frameworks & Tools, Research, Analysis, Assessment

Type of lead actor
Scientific and Technical

Budget
20000 US$

Start date
01/11/2017

End date
01/06/2020

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Nils Larsson

Executive Director

International Initiative for a Sustainable Built Environment (iiSBE)

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Objectives

The primary objective of the survey is to provide a bottom-up and more regionally specific view of possible GHG mitigation measures to complement the many top-down policies developed by governments and large non-profit organizations.

Activities

As collected through the One Planet Reporting

No activities have yet been reported under this initiative

Impact and Results

The project is at the launch stage, and it is therefore premature to discuss impacts or results.

Next steps and how to get involved

We strongly encourage colleagues in universities, NGOs or professional associations in the sector to contact us, if you have a possibility to promote the survey, or to distribute the resulting analysis in your region and/or to your membership.

Please contact Dr. Ruben Paul Borg at or Nils Larsson at so that we can discuss ways of working together.