t's no secret that the construction industry has a significant impact on the environment. According to some studies, construction is responsible for up to 50% of climate change, 40% of energy usage globally, and 50% of landfill waste, not to mention air, water, and noise pollution and destruction of natural habitats.

Heating and cooling consumes around half of the EU’s energy. Without tackling this sector the EU’s decarbonisation goals cannot be realised.

Eradicating heavy industry emissions by 2050 is likely but will require costly new production processes and a 25 to 60% increase in short-term capital investment to reach 40-50 billion euros a year, according to a new survey.

Compared to the same month last year, production in the construction sector increased by 5.2% in the 19 countries that share the euro and by 4.9% in the European Union.

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