Hambleside Danelaw

Hambleside Danelaw: Natural Daylight and Sustainability

  • 4 Nov 2022

With COP27 happening this month, there has been a stronger focus on sustainability.  Last year saw extensive negotiations during COP26 in Glasgow, and an agreement to work together to fight global warming.  It was hailed as the most important COP since Paris, which saw the Paris Agreement come into being.

Last year, Hambleside Danelaw published a White Paper which discusses how natural daylight can impact sustainability in the built environment.  It aims to offer a broad context of sustainability in the construction industry, while highlighting the benefits of natural daylight delivered through GRP rooflights.

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The paper remains extremely relevant and can be requested for free on Hambleside Danelaw’s website.  Sustainability needs to be the focus throughout the year, not just on the eve of the COP annual conference. Get in touch today for any advice or comments.

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Hambleside Danelaw Limited
Long March,
Daventry,
Northamptonshire,
N11 4NR,
UK

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