With the continuous exploration and research of low-carbon buildings in China, combined with foreign theories
and practices, there are a few basic theoretical and practical projects for low-carbon construction in major cities of China. However, throughout the entire academic research, there is still no comprehensive and clear guidance for the green and low-carbon research and transformation of rural self-built houses. Therefore, the existing development of low-carbon technology for rural self-built houses has been summarized, and some prospects for the future development of rural selfbuilt houses have been summarized. It is hoped that this will have positive help for future rural low-carbon transformation.
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