Level(s) is the first-ever European Commission framework for improving the sustainability of buildings, living by the values of flexibility, resource efficiency, and circularity.
Level(s) is a voluntary reporting framework, which can be used by all stakeholders in the building and construction value chain. Level(s) also allows its users to set their own targets and progress at the desired pace.
The test phase was concluded in early 2020 and the framework is being officially launched on 15 October 2020.
Moreover, Level(s) is the EU Green Deal’s preferred approach to long-term sustainability in the built environment. It has also been included in the new Circular Economy Action Plan as a tool to "integrate life cycle assessment in public procurement and the EU sustainable finance framework and exploring the appropriateness of setting of carbon reduction targets and the potential of carbon storage”.
- Read the article below: Level(s) - a sustainable buildings framework for all
Levels - A sustainable buildings framework for all.pdf