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Open Access Treibhausgasbilanzierung von Universitäten: Bedeutung der Bilanzierung von Gebäuden am Beispiel der Technischen Universität Graz

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In der Treibhausgasbilanz (THG-Bilanz) von Universitäten sind die Emissionen von Universitätsgebäuden, sogenannte graue Emissionen, bis dato nicht inbegriffen. Dabei tragen sie, wie das Beispiel des Electronic Based Systems Center an der Technischen Universität Graz (TUG) zeigt, zu rund 18 Prozent der gesamten jährlichen THG-Emissionen der TUG bei. Bei der jährlichen THG-Bilanz und den THG-Reduktionszielen sind sie deshalb miteinzubeziehen.

Keywords: Austria, Building Life Cycle Assessment (LCA); Electronic Based Systems Center; Graz University of Technology; carbon footprint; climate protection; greenhouse gas emissions (GHG emissions); university building

Document Type: Communications

Affiliations: Technische Universität Graz | Arbeitsgruppe | Graz | Österreich

Publication date: October 15, 2020

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