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The High Cost of Poor Indoor Air
Is your indoor air quality lowering productivity and hurting your bottom line? Studies indicate that it might.
Economists Ask If Energy Efficiency Is A Good Investment
Too many customers view utility pricing (and its regulation) as skewed toward the utility. And too many customers have invested in energy efficiency…
How Architecture and Landscaping Can Address Sustainability Goals
Sustainability features and employee engagement priorities are reflected in Zurich North America’s new Schaumburg, Illinois, headquarters. The 40-acre campus, which broke ground this…
India’s Environmental Challenge: How Will They Climb the Approaching Cliff?
It’s hardly a secret that India has been expanding in just about every way over the last 20 years or so. Its population,…
Using Fund for Teachers Grants to Research Sustainability
Educators use Fund for Teachers grants to research sustainability issues around the world, engage students as activists and innovators, and for personal development.
Free Utility Customers To Profit From the Clean Power Plan
Today's adoption of the Clean Power Plan begs this question: Why shouldn’t a utility customer be able to put solar on their roof,…
Acoustic Foams — Sustainable or No?
Acoustic foams are one key tool for making small spaces soundproof. But are they sustainable? Here's all the information you need.
The Tremendous Economic Loss in Old Office Furniture
Millions of tons of office furniture and equipment is discarded each year, and few people are paying attention. A sustainable approach would benefit…
Tiny Houses Are Gaining a Footing in North American Cities
Miniature seems to be in these days. For those who always wanted to own a house but couldn't quite stand the thought of…
New York City Plans the World’s First Underground Park
New York City asked, “How can we build more green space in our cities?” Then it asked an even crazier question, “What if…
Will China’s Environmental Cleanup Catch Up With Its Economic Development?
China’s green energy program is one of the largest, and most underreported, in the world. However, economic development is also a priority to…
Rowhouse Heat: Walking the Line Between Mandates and Good Sense
On March 12, the Department of Energy proposed a rule to raise the mandatory energy-efficiency standard for residential furnaces. This is all well…
Photos: Artfully Documenting Change in a Run-Down Seaport
Newhaven is a slightly run-down harbor town with a busy ferry port in East Sussex, England. In recent years, the area has received…
Waste Heat (Not Sweaty Bodies) Powering U.S. Sports Stadiums
Sporting facilities are finding innovative approaches to harness deeper savings beyond traditional energy efficiency initiatives. The University of Colorado Buffaloes and the Minnesota…
Breathe Easy: Keeping Indoor Air Fresh and Clean
As building envelopes get tighter, less air infiltration increases the concentrations of these pollutants, creating human health concerns. The primary approaches to protecting…
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