• Green potential in Blue Building Materials

    New Handbook: Maritime Building Materials Can Reduce CO2 Footprint and Alleviate the Marine Environment

    Read more here

  • Nordic Stakeholders Met in Brussels to Discuss Their Contribution to the Construction Transition

    The communication partners of Nordic Sustainable Construction met to discuss Nordic initiatives and share knowledge and experiences. The day also included an inspiring site visit.

    Read more about the meeting here

  • The 4th High Level Construction Forum

    Decarbonisation, Circularity, Skills shortage and Costs. These are the main challenges being faced by the EU construction ecosystem according to more than 100 people who were gathered in Bruxelles to get a fresh update on, which actions had been taken to contribute to the construction sector’s transition. 

    Read more about the forum here

  • Nordic Climate Declarations and Limit Values Integration

    The EPBD is setting a direction for how to target the embodied carbon in our constructions for all EU member states. The Nordic countries and Estonia have worked on this area for several years and gathered experiences.

    Newly updated overview here

  • Iceland Introcuces New LCA Requirements

    From September 1st 2025, life cycle analyses will be required for a large amount of all new building permitted structures in Iceland. 

    Read more about the new regulation here

  • New report: Hamonising limit values for building across the Nordics here

    Dive into the report here

Work Package 1

Nordic Harmonisation of Life Cycle Assessment

Work Package 2

Circular Business Models and Procurement

Work Package 3

Sustainable Construction Materials and Architecture

Work Package 4

Emission-free Construction Sites

Work Package 5

Competences for Reuse in Construction & Programme Secretariat

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