In projects, impacts are often desperately sought after. It is not an unusual practice that researchers utilise diverse methods in order to prove convince the evaluators and broader public that the project was successful. And if creative enough, they also find these kinds of confirmations. More in this 4th episode of the European Projects Behind the Scenes series!
How can anthropology help us understand deep energy renovation?
In the fourth TripleA-reno project newsletter, we explore why an interdisciplinary approach is needed to understand energy consumption in buildings and to plan and carry out renovations. This includes engineering, building physics, architecture or computer modeling, as well as social sciences and humanities. We are also inviting you to tune in to the TripleA-reno Home Show!
Circular renovation of the housing stock – Drive 0 project
The Drive 0 project, co-funded by the EU Horizon 2020 Programme, follows three strategies for developing, implementing and promoting circular renovation of the existing housing stock: reuse and recycling of locally available materials through urban mining, use of new bio-materials (e.g. wood, hemp, flax) and a combination of both previous circular renovation measures.