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Level(s): What's in it for cities?

If you represent a city in the EU, Level(s) can help you achieve your sustainability goals. EU initiatives such as the European Green Deal and the following Circular Economy Action Plan and Renovation Wave have singled out buildings and construction as key action areas, as the Union pushes....

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  • Directorate-General for Environment

Level(s) and the new European Bauhaus

The New European Bauhaus is a creative and transdisciplinary movement, started by the European Commission. This factsheet highlights how you and your organisation can play your part, with help from Level(s), the EU common language for improving the sustainability performance of buildings.

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  • Directorate-General for Environment

The Level(s) Calculation and Assessment Tool (CAT)

If you are using Level(s), the European framework for assessing the sustainability performance of buildings, you can access the European Commission’s free Calculation and Assessment Tool (CAT) to help you create Level(s) assessments for building projects.

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  • Directorate-General for Environment

The Level(s) eLearning programme

If you are interested in Level(s) but unsure where to start, don’t worry. The Level(s) eLearning programme will help you to get going.

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  • Directorate-General for Environment

Level(s), A common language for building assessment

Level(s) is a European framework to help built-environment sector professionals assess and monitor the sustainability performance of buildings. If you operate an assessment or certification scheme in the European Union, this publication can help you understand how Level(s) complements your work.

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  • Directorate-General for Environment

Level(s), What’s in it for public authorities, policy-makers and procurers?

EU initiatives such as the European Green Deal and the following Circular Economy Action Plan and Renovation Wave have singled out buildings and construction as key areas for action, as the Union pushes forward with its green transition towards carbon neutrality.

  • Factsheet
  • Directorate-General for Environment

Level(s), Putting whole life carbon into practice

In our second edition, we interview policymakers, construction experts, and practitioners to understand how embracing Level(s) can help them to integrate the concept of whole life carbon into building projects.