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Footnotes
1
“Energy Efficiency Plan 2011, European Commission, March 2011
2
“Life-Cycle Assessment and the Environmental Impact of Buildings: A Review”. Sustainability Journal, Volume 1, Issue 3
(September 2009), p. 335-788
3
European Commission’s Communication COM(2012) 433 final “Strategy for the sustainable competitiveness of the construction
sector and its Enterprises”, 2012.
4
Tais W. Dahl, et al., “The human impact on natural rock reserves using basalt, anorthosite, and carbonates as raw materials
in insulation materials,” International Geology Review, Vol. 53, No.8. July 2011, 894 - 904
5
“The Contribution of Mineral Wool and other Thermal Insulation Materials to Energy Saving and Climate Protection in Europe”
Ecofys, 2002.
6
Ibid
7
“Influence of Increased Insulation Levels on Regional Air-Quality”, Danish Meteorological Institute / Ecofys, 2009
8
“Tackling Fuel Poverty in Europe: Recommendations Guide for Policy Makers”, Epee, Ademe, IEE, 2009
9
European Commission’s Communication on security of energy supply and international cooperation, 2011
10
Working towards sustainable development: Opportunities for decent work and social inclusion in a green economy, ILO, 2012
11
European Commission’s Communication COM(2008) 772 Energy efficiency: delivering the 20% target
12
According to the European Standard EN15804
13
Since their results can be consolidated at building level
14
EPDs communicate the results of the LCAs
15
Tais W. Dahl, et al., “The human impact on natural rock reserves using basalt, anorthosite, and carbonates as raw materials
in insulation materials,” International Geology Review, Vol. 53, No.8. July 2011, 894 - 904
16
ECHA, European Chemical Agency: see: http://echa.europa.eu/web/guest/candidate-list-table
17
“Tackling Fuel Poverty in Europe: Recommendations Guide for Policy Makers”, Epee, Ademe, IEE, 2009
18
“Influence of Increased Insulation Levels on Regional Air-Quality”, Danish Meteorological Institute / Ecofys, 2009
19
European Commission’s Communication COM(2008) 772 Energy efficiency: delivering the 20% target
20
“Renovation Tracks for Europe up to 2050. Building renovation in Europe: what are the choices?” Ecofys, 2012
21
European Commission “Strategy for the sustainable competitiveness of the construction sector and its Enterprises”, July 2012.
22
Ibid
23
“Impact on public budgets of KfW promotional programmes in the field of ‘Energy-efficient building and rehabilitation’”,
KfW research, 2011
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