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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
2015 AECB Annual Conference
Read about it here and view photos/presentations.
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
July 27, 2015
Dear all, Thank you for your support in signing the open letter to the Chancellor George Osborne urging him to reconsider the decision to scrap the zero carbon new buildings policy. I can now confirm that the letter has been sent to the Chancellor and » Read More
July 22, 2015
The AECB, the Association for Environment Conscious Building, has added its voice to widespread criticism within the construction sector following the government’s announcement on Friday 10 July that it is scrapping the 2016 Zero Carbon Homes target – despite the subsequent ‘clarification’ by the UK » Read More
July 22, 2015
July/August 2015 This column appeared in the July/August 2015 issue of Energy in Buildings & Industry. Andrew Warren examines how one of the proudest new initiatives of 2010/15 Ministers in the Department of Energy and Climate Change was deliberately scrapped by perennially hostile civil servants, » Read More