As we venture into the era of future cities, the potential of building-integrated photovoltaics (BIPV) cannot be underestimated. In future cities, BIPV will play an integral role in addressing energy demands and reducing carbon footprints. With innovative design approaches, architects and engineers will harness BIPV potential to create visually stunning, eco-friendly structures. As we strive to create a greener tomorrow, BIPV will undeniably shape the skyline of our future cities.
The Paris Agreement marked a pivotal point in the global effort to combat climate change, with the ambitious goal of limiting global warming to well below 2°C. The urgency to achieve this target has been underscored by the latest Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) synthesis report, which highlighted the catastrophic consequences of surpassing the 1.5°C threshold. In light of the IPCC synthesis report’s findings, it is imperative that governments, businesses, and individuals collaborate to ramp up climate action, in order to safeguard our planet’s future and thwart the worst effects of climate change.
The message from the IPCC synthesis report must be a call for change to impactful action on climate and a paradigm shift in the mindset, based on the concept we are “part of Nature and not separate”. The construction sector has the largest contribution to CO2 emissions and has not yet reached its full potential to deliver the transformative change required to decarbonise the global economy on the way to net zero.
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