Overcoming Systemic Barriers to
AbstractThere is a broad consensus among climate scientists and policy makers that reducing the GHG emissions and energy consumption of the built environment is critical to mitigating the impact of global warming. This means adopting policiesthat will dramatically accelerate the introduction of low carbon construction, both in new structures and in retrofitting the existing building stock. An important, but often overlooked, component of this process is how to ensure that climate objectives are properly implemented at the workplace by building trades workers. This paper argues that for this to happen, there must be major changes in how the industryis organized
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Calvert, J. (1). Overcoming Systemic Barriers to . Alternate Routes: A Journal of Critical Social Research, 25. Retrieved from https://www.alternateroutes.ca/index.php/ar/article/view/20596
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