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Some of the benefits of AECB Membership include;
- Sustainable building training and certification
- Networking with other members
- A listing in our popular Members Directory
The AECB (The Association for Environment Conscious Building) is a network of individuals and companies with a common aim of promoting sustainable building.
It brings together builders, architects, designers, manufacturers, students, educators, housing associations and local authorities, to develop, share and promote best practice in environmentally sustainable building. We pride ourselves on our independence, relevance and practicality.
Featured AECB Items
Updated! 2016 AECB ADAPT Conference
15th and 16th July 2016 at The Enterprise Centre at the University of East Anglia. Book online before May 16th to take advantage of the Early Bird Discount rate
Low Energy Buildings
A unique resource filled with real-world building energy performance data, compare performance expectations and outcomes in graphs and figures
Local Groups & Events
Meet with sustainable building experts in your local community . Find a group near you and interact with people keen to share their knowledge.
The Passivhaus Designer qualification is internationally accredited course for building professionals. Learn how to deliver low-energy buildings to Passivhaus standards.
Sustainable architecture news, articles and opinion from the AECB team and expert contributors
February 3, 2016
We want to get the AECB message out to lots more people with a view to welcoming more members. Can you help us? We have produced a new A4 leaflet (folded to A5) which describes what we do, membership benefits, local groups, categories/costs etc. These need to be distributed in » Read More
February 2, 2016
This was a joint PHT & AECB event, kindly hosted by UBM and was a light-hearted, but factual debate about which ventilation strategies are most appropriate for low energy buildings. The pictures below show Jon Bootland and Fran Bradshaw introducing the event. Read more here. » Read More
January 25, 2016
On average, we are all 18% wealthier in real terms than we were at the start of the century. On average, we are achieving this increase in affluence whilst using 14% less energy than in 2000. One way this turnaround has been achieved is by » Read More