Housing plus : improving domestic efficiency and the health of residents, Sheffield, United Kingdom
ResumoBetween 1993 and 1996 the Municipality of Sheffield invested US $4 million renovating 7 tower blocks (each with 48 apartments) in a poor inner district of the city. Most of the investment was in energy efficiency measures. The impact was a small reduction in energy consumption, a larger reduction in emission of greenhouse gases, a big improvement in residents' warmth and comfort and an associated improvement in residents' perceived health status
Price, Charles, World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe & Healthy Cities Network. (1996). Housing plus : improving domestic efficiency and the health of residents, Sheffield, United Kingdom. Copenhagen : WHO Regional Office for Europe. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/107706
Case studies in sustainable development and health ; 2
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