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New Green building guidelines hope to boost carbon conscience

Firms such as Warren & Mahoney use software to calculate upfront carbon costs.

Warren & Mahoney’s design for a timber office building in Tauranga, expected to be built with carbon zero footprint.

Will Mace Mon, 15 May 2023

Real-time data analysis is revolutionising architecture firms’ ability to create sustainable structures, but standardisation of the data used to prove green credentials is needed to truly make a difference, according to the New Zealand Green Building Council.

The not-for-profit industry body

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