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This guide is published by the Net Zero Building Centre, a joint venture between BSRIA and London South Bank University. It considers how the various components of indoor environmental quality impact net zero individually, and how they interact in a holistic design approach.
Indoor environmental quality (IEQ) encompasses air quality and other quality metrics including acoustics, and thermal and visual comfort. This guide builds on these principles and applies them to the context of net zero. It considers how the various components of indoor environmental quality impact net zero individually, and finally how they interact in a holistic design approach for traditional buildings, modern buildings, and new builds.
This is the second in a series of guides published by the Net Zero Building Centre. The first, NZG 1/2022 Net Zero Carbon Buildings, provides an introduction to the topic of net zero and discusses some of the complex issues involved with moving towards a net zero built environment.
The Net Zero Building Centre is a joint venture between BSRIA and LSBU with the aim of accelerating decarbonisation in the built environment. It is an innovation hub and centre of excellence that builds on the shared strengths of BSRIA and LSBU in field of low carbon buildings.
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