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Oxford Local group – December visit to Mac Eye Projects Pasivhaus

If you are interested in joining in with your local group then please visit our local groups page In December 2018 our group was invited by Andy Mackay (Mac Eye Projects) to visit a Passivhaus project that he was coming close to completing. We were fortunate in having the owner (Mick Woolley) present for our visit, so between Andy and Mick, we were giving an extensive and explanatory tour of this site near Stratford upon Avon. The only shame was that only three members of our group were able to visit. The photographs show Andy explaining the construction details to » Read More

Posted in AECB general news, AECB Latest News on January 17th, 2019

Putting the radical into retrofit

Green Building Store staff share their experiences of the AECB CarbonLite Retrofit course Four Green Building Store staff are currently at different stages of the CarbonLite Retrofit course and finding that it is helping feeding into their work at the company. Bill Butcher, Director of Green Building Store, also teaches  the construction seminar on the CarbonLite Retrofit course.   Technical support for windows Luke Gilman and Emma Platt, Managers from the Windows Department, have been undertaking the course to help give them technical background when discussing window installation and detailing in retrofit projects, as part of its free product technical » Read More

Posted in AECB general news, AECB Latest News, General News on January 15th, 2019

Extinction Rebellion

Somewhat to his own surprise, Chris found himself participating in one of the largest ‘acts of peaceful civil disobedience in the UK in decades’  – the blocking of several London bridges with around 6,000 other Extinction Rebellion protestors seeking to use nonviolent protest to force policymakers and government institutions to accept that climate change is both an existential crisis – and an extinction threat. Chris suggests that we each need to reflect deeply on our response to the existential threat we clearly face.  Getting involved in Extinction Rebellion could be a natural response.  Another focus for protest could be to pressure local councils to » Read More

Posted in AECB general news, Green Memes on December 18th, 2018

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