December 12, 2019 The Corporate Social Responsibility Newswire

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Which city has the most Energy Star buildings?

The number of Energy Star buildings in U.S. cities is growing rapidly. The EPA released a list of U.S. cities with the most...

Can Parking Garages Be Architectural and Green?

Since cars and parking lots are not going to disappear, let's appreciate the good ones.

How Green Hotels Can Support Earth Hour 2011

Hotels all sizes are getting behind this year's lights out hour to support climate change and sustainability at 8:30pm on Saturday, March 26...

How to make buildings more energy efficient

Learn simple and effective measures to save energy and money.

Half of Occupiers Would Pay More for Green Space

Fully half of corporate real estate executives are willing to pay more for leased space that is "green," up from 37 percent in...

TD Bank Builds Net-Zero Energy Branch; What's Wrong With This Picture?

So what's wrong with TD Bank's first net zero energy bank branch in the US?

Spain's Largest Vertical Garden Cleans Air Inside Office Building

The three story indoor garden is considered to be Spain's largest and also works to clear the air of indoor office pollutants.

Will the Japanese Wind Tower Be the Future of Wind Power?

A Japanese technology company plans to change the world's conception of wind power.

The $300 House: A Hands-On Lab for Reverse Innovation?

The latest Harvard Business Review contains ideas from Eric Schmidt, Laura Tyson, Klaus Schwab, but most interesting was Vijay Govindarajan's idea for a...

In Green Building, You Can't Separate Energy and Health

Building envelope expert Joe Lstiburek complains LEED wants buildings to be too ventilated. Why? "Because of activists ... say everything in a building...



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