Moldova: Climate-friendly construction

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The former Soviet republic of Moldova depends heavily on Russia for its energy, 45 percent of which is used in the housing sector. Many homes are poorly insulated, which leads to high heating costs and CO2 emissions. The use of new technology in the construction of energy-efficient houses can help shift the balance, while creating jobs and skills development opportunities at the same time.

A film by Wiebke Feuersenger

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Length
06:59 Minutes

Date of publication
2019

Project

Climate Partnership Programme III

Global Ideas

Global Ideas
The television reports and documentaries of Deutsche Welle's 'Global Ideas' media project provide people all over the world with information on model projects which implement biodiversity and climate protection. The media project is funded by the German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety through the International Climate Initiative.

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