The World Green Building Council (WGBC) stated:
“Sustainably constructed buildings should help improve public health and wellbeing in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.”
The non-for-profit organisation said, “People spend 90 per cent of their time indoors, so the quality of the indoor environment is critical in fighting infectious disease transmission.”
Let’s hope one of the positive outcomes from the pandemic is a drive for net-zero carbon, healthy and sustainable built environment. In building, wellness is the new sustainability, goals include improving air & water quality, reducing noise, increasing natural light and regulating temperature.
Do you ever consider the direct effect your home has on your health?
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