The publication presents a summary of the work of WG1, its attempt to progress with a paradigm shift in built-environment thinking, from sustainability to restorative sustainability and on to regenerative sustainability.
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What is the RESTORE Action?
Sustainable buildings are critical to a future that is socially just, ecologically restorative, culturally rich, and economically viable
COST RESTORE Working Group 1 is progressing a paradigm shift in built environment thinking, from sustainability to restorative sustainability and on to regenerative sustainability.
COST RESTORE Working Group 2 focuses on restorative design practice. Designing urban environments and improving existing buildings requires a regenerative paradigm shift
COST RESTORE Working Group 3 focuses on restorative building and operations. Buildings can be constructed, operated, and maintained in a regenerative manner.
COST RESTORE Working Group 4 focused on defining what a regenerative indoor environment is; which technology solutions are needed to enable the best indoor environment quality, whilst producing the lowest environmental and social impact; and methods to assess that environment.
COST RESTORE Working Group 5 focused on interactions between Humans, Nature and the Built Environment, applying systems thinking to go beyond individual aspects in regenerative design to highlight bidirectional influences and interconnections.
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