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Garvin, SL, Phillipson, MC, Sanders, CH, Hayles, CH & Dow, GT 1998, Impact of Climate Change on Building

Garvin, SL, Phillipson, MC, Sanders, CH, Hayles, CH & Dow, GT 1998, Impact of Climate Change on Building. BRE Reports, no. BR349, CRC Press, London, U. K. Garvin SL, Phillipson MC, Sanders CH, Hayles CH, Dow GT. Impact of Climate Change on Building. London, U. CRC Press, 1998. Garvin, S. L. ; Phillipson, M. C. ; Sanders, C. H. ; Hayles, C. ; Dow, G. : CRC Press, 1998.

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Garvin, S. Phillipson, M. Sanders, C. Hayles, C. S. and Dow, G. ‘Impact of climate change on building’, BRE Report 349, BRE, UK. . ‘Impact of climate change on building’, BRE Report 349, BRE, UK, 1998. Department of Building and Surveying, Glasgow Caledonian University, Glasgow, Scotland. J. Guo. & A. M. Y. Munsi. Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, Scotland.

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Impact of climate change on building. G T Dow. 'Impact of climate change on building', BKE Report 349, BILE, UK, 1998. The impact of heat, air and moisture transport on energy demand and durability', IEA Annex 24 Report 5: Performances and Practice.

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Climate change may require a building to operate over a range of climatic . The question is, what will be the impact of these changes on our buildings and are we designing them for the correct climate?

Climate change may require a building to operate over a range of climatic conditions a. 1 Technical Note Summary Buildings are designed for a specific climate yet they often have a lifetime of 100 years. Climate change may require a building to operate over a range of climatic conditions as a result of the impact of global warming.

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2 0 1 8. To help us understand how to best inspire and enable millions of IKEA customers to take action on climate change, we turned. Optimists feel that they can have a positive impact themselves in the fight against climate change and are characterised by this sense of personal empowerment. Despite this, they do not want to take action at the expense of their current lifestyles – they are unsure about consuming less personally and believe they are already doing their bit.