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Green building materials system, the perfect way to achieve Paris agreement objectives

Jan 18, 2023 | Oil and Gas |

According to Future Market Insights, the core goal of the Paris Agreement is to improve the world’s response towards climate change by maintaining the global temperature rise in this century below 2 degrees Celsius over pre-industrial levels and to pursue measures to restrict the temperature rise even lower to 1.5 degrees Celsius.

Also, the global market for green building materials systems is anticipated to grow at a strong CAGR of 11.8%, reaching US$ 823 billion by 2032. The strong demand for green construction materials is attributed to their low maintenance and operating costs as well as environmental caps and laws globally.

The steps that were taken are-

  • Hempcrete- the secret material used for green building housings -

For the various nations to aid the Paris agreement, hempcrete is an ideal green building material for sustainable constructions globally. This is because a block of hempcrete obtained a carbon capture of 307.36 kg of carbon dioxide per cubic meter of LHC after 28 days of life. After being combined, hemp with lime effectively absorbs carbon, compensating for emissions from other building materials.

  • Green materials to be used for the first ‘zero-carbon’ neighborhood -

The construction of Paris first “zero-carbon” neighborhood is about to begin. When a neighborhood development is described as “zero-carbon,” it signifies that the quantity of carbon it emits during construction equals the amount of carbon it will eliminate or absorb from the environment, offsetting its formation. Such projects focus on interchanging traditional building materials with the green building material system.

  • An increasing number of sustainable urban developments models -

Green building offers a glimpse of a low-carbon future that so many environmental plans predict. For example, the city of Paris has developed a ground-breaking eco-village full of similar structures with the creation of Clichy-Batignolles.

Clichy-Batignolles provides concrete proof of the city’s commitment to decreasing its carbon footprint and as an experimental laboratory for examining what is feasible in climate-sensitive rebuilding by utilizing almost all of the green builders’ toolset.

This blog was originally published in Construction and Architecture Magazine (C&A).To read the complete blog follow this link