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Absolute zero carbon
Improving Consistency in Whole Life Carbon Assessment and Reporting, Carbon Definitions for the Built Environment, Buildings and Infrastructure, Version ‘A’, May 2021, published by WLCN, LETI and RIBA, defines absolute zero carbon as: ‘Eliminating all carbon emissions without the use of offsets.’
- Biogenic carbon.
- Can carbon sequestration in urban landscapes form part of a net-zero carbon approach to development?
- Carbon capture and storage.
- Carbon sequestration
- Greenhouse gas.
- Net zero embodied carbon.
- Net zero upfront carbon asset.
- Net zero (whole life) carbon.
- Zero carbon.
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