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Quote from Fridays For Future Russia (@FFFRussia): “We reject all military conflicts. In a situation where the world is suffering from climatic, environmental and other crises, war will only exacerbate these crises, it will not help solve them. In the present time, all conflicts must be resolved through diplomacy and not by spilling the blood of civilians in other countries.”
We demand an immediate end to the hostilities and withdrawal of Russian troops from the Ukrainian territory!
This war is impacting many people all around the world. Once again, it has become clear where our dependence on fossil energy sources has led us to. We will shortly set up a special section on these pages where appropriate substantiated information will be provided about how this dependency can be reduced at short notice. Besides sufficiency measures (yes, these will also be needed here), this will relate above all to easily implementable efficiency measures which enable quite noticeable reductions with reference to safety, health, avoiding harm, saving costs and at the same time reducing CO2 emissions. Energy efficiency (that is the reduction of energy losses) is a decisive contribution to peace with nature - and thus a contribution to peace among humans.
Welcome to Passipedia, the Passive House resource!
Passipedia constitutes a vast array of cutting edge, scientifically sound, Passive House relevant articles. On Passipedia, basic Passive House information and insights are available for all to see, whereas members of the International Passive House Association (iPHA) receive special access to the more in-depth sections. You want to get to know the Passive House concept in short time? As a start, we recommend the video “Passive House Explained in 90 Seconds” by Hans-Jörn Eich.
For Spanish speakers: You may also watch the video: "Los 5 principios básicos del concepto casa Pasiva explicados en 125 segundos por el Consorcio Passivhaus" by INN Solutions.
What is a Passive House?
Passive House is a building standard that is truly energy efficient, comfortable and affordable at the same time. Passive House is not a brand name, but a tried and true construction concept that can be applied by anyone, anywhere.
Yet, a Passive House building is much more than “just” a low-energy building:
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