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Reducing Carbon Emissions of Existing Dwellings

Discussion in 'General DIY' started by robmalik, 3 Mar 2012.

  1. robmalik

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    Dear all,

    I have a attached a questionnaire regarding the following topic; Reducing Carbon Emissions of Existing Dwellings. This will contribute towards the data I have analyzed through the “retrofit for the future competition” to the “Energy Saving Trust project”, alongside professional interviews.

    http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/THMVRQ6

    I have quoted a section of my dissertation describing the topic and dilemma:

    “Through the commitment under the Climate Change Act 2008, the Government has announced its brave proposal of reducing its total green house gas emissions by at least 80 per cent below 1990 levels by 2050, in relation to the international Kyoto Protocol target.

    However as, ‘at least 80 per cent of the homes that will be standing in 2050 have already been built’ (UGBC, 2008), the key question which arises is; has the Government approached the reduction in carbon emssions for exsisting domestic dwellings in an effective manner?”

    Therefore it would be greatly appreciated if you could spare 5 minutes of your time to answer the questionnaire.

    Much appreciated
     
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    Some vague and ambiguous question there, so replies may not reflect accurate views.
     
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