Sustainability for Cities and Buildings

February 4, 2021

Building Heat Decarbonization: Practical pathways for decarbonizing the heating of buildings by 2050

In this paper, we explore in detail the issue of decarbonizing building heating systems globally, which represents around 3GtCO2/y, and some of the key debates and roadblocks which impede the ramp-up of greener heating solutions.

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Net Zero Carbon Cities: An Integrated Approach

Cities cover 3% of the earth’s land surface yet they create more than 70% of all carbon emissions. To keep global temperature increases to 1.5°C or below, a Systemic Efficiency, integrated approach, is needed, encompassing clean electrification, smart digital technology, ultra-efficient buildings and infrastructure.   

Click here to find out more on the @WEF #NZCCities: An Integrated Approach insight report.


A Framework for the Future of Real Estate

This Framework report provides a pathway for the industry to transition to more technologically advanced, affordable, sustainable and healthy buildings. It also depicts best practices and business solutions from innovative and successful real estate case studies worldwide and outlines recommended actions for both the public and private sectors. This report, developed in partnership with the World Economic Forum, features Schneider Electric's solutions and customer success stories for sustainability in real estate.

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