Healthy buildings: Good for our wallets?

More and more Europeans are moving into cities and nearly 40% of us work in offices, meaning factors like air quality, correct temperature and light are more important to our health than ever before. [KingTa/Shutterstock]

‘Healthy mind, healthy body’, so the saying goes – but both are affected by the buildings in which we live and work. This year’s edition of the Healthy Homes Barometer reveals what the challenges and solutions might be.

More and more Europeans are moving into cities and nearly 40% of us work in offices, meaning factors like air quality, correct temperature and light are more important to our health than ever before.

At this year’s Healthy Buildings Day in Brussels, the theme was all about making the business case for investments in building renovation as strong as possible, by underlining that healthy buildings and economic value go hand-in-hand.

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