Energy Conservation and Indoor Air Quality: Lessons From the Past Have Relevance for the Future

Energy Conservation and Indoor Air Quality: Lessons From the Past Have Relevance for the FuturePublication Type:
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The relationship between indoor air quality and the use of energy to heat, cool and ventilate buildings is well documented throughout history. This paper briefly examines this relationship, and discusses how lessons learned in the past can be applied today, including:

  • Early attempts at ventilation using fire, ice and wind
  • Open fires and fuel shortages during the medieval period
  • Steam and fossil fuels during industrialization

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