April 4th, 2022
Here are the top tweets from last week!
Early bird tickets for our Annual Conference: “In the Face of Climate Change,” are now available! Join us in #VictoriaBC at the beautiful oceanside hotel the Inn at Laurel Point or attend virtually.— Passive House Canada (@PassiveHouseCan) April 7, 2022
Register Now! https://t.co/Pc3i6zws2d#PHCC2022 #climatechange pic.twitter.com/YI3yKTdmfO
iPHA Affiliate the @PassivhausTrust is excited to share their new set of primers focussing on Operational Carbon, Retrofit & Embodied Carbon. These free-to-download resources offer a quick but comprehensive overview: https://t.co/tWPoj5jLi0 pic.twitter.com/ODu6dRz87E— International Passive House Association (@the_iPHA) April 10, 2022
We are delighted to announce that Max Fordham House has become the first residential building in the UK to be verified as #netzero #carbon, marking a watershed moment in the country’s drive to achieve a net zero carbon future.— Max Fordham LLP (@MaxFordhamLLP) April 7, 2022
Read more: https://t.co/gcW3GTj3jK#Passivhaus pic.twitter.com/4Fo81GSKGA
Our work on Gloucester Place Mews is currently featured in the LETI Climate Emergency Retrofit Guide. It was the first listed building in the UK to be certified to EnerPHit standard. Read here: https://t.co/zYo8GrAcRY#architecture #sustainability #enerphit #passivhaus #leti pic.twitter.com/NwKJwYWIfl— Feilden+Mawson LLP (@FeildenMawson) April 6, 2022
Still amazed that built environment components of the IPCC WGIII report yesterday can effectively be summarized as:— larch_lab (@Larch_Lab) April 5, 2022
Build decarbonized, bike-friendly, prefabricated, passivhaus Baugruppen.
In car-light/free ecodistricts.
It's what we're trying to do:https://t.co/sz4piUUNKR