Why air quality is the next net-zero challenge

Can we make buildings sufficiently energy-efficient to reach net zero by 2050 when the need for air quality has become so important?

As we move towards making homes energy-efficient, looking back may not be intuitive. But Graeme Fox, who is head of technical at the Building Engineering Services Association, suggests that is exactly what we should do. 

Fox points to homes that were built decades ago as having resonance in the design of today’s heating systems.

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