August 03, 2020 The Corporate Social Responsibility Newswire

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Many ways 3D printing impacts rising Eco City

3D printing has an impact to almost every sphere of human being life from manufacture till Health Care. What is more, 3D printing...

This giant floating farm could produce almost 10 tonnes of food each year - Fruits, vegetables and fish!

Architects in Spain have designed a three-storey floating farm that would help produce nearly 10 tonnes of extra food for Earth’s growing population...

This Frighteningly Smart Office Building Knows Exactly What You Want, When You Want It

The Edge may be the most connected—and greenest—office anywhere in the world. Is this the future of working?

NYCCT Students Build Super-efficient, Stackable Solar-powered Home

A team from the New York City College of Technology is bringing a new vision for post-disaster housing to this year’s Solar Decathlon...

These Old City Buses Have A New Purpose: Mobile Homeless Shelters

Honolulu has found an innovative new option for housing its growing homeless population.

Forget Backyard Pools, Build a Swimming Pond Instead

Eco pools are specifically designed to minimize environmental impact—and look amazing while doing it.

7 Green Building Trends to Watch in 2015

Without a doubt, green building is on the rise as global trends attest.

Why 2015 will be a good year for green building

Leadership and an attitude to change are crucial ingredients to delivering a more sustainable built environment says Paul King.

The Top Green Building Trends of 2014

The editors of reviewed of the past year's progress and patterns in green building.

3 Ways Green Building Saves Money

In an article on LinkedIn, Schoenecker outlines three ways green building saves money.



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