Monthly Archives: November 2014

Comfort and Efficiency?

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Wayne Alldredge
Energy and Sustainability Services

It seems everywhere I look; talk about climate change continues to grow louder. Pressure for commercial buildings to ramp up their efficiency efforts is increasingly becoming a topic, not just in commercial property management circles—but in the media at large. Cities such as Manhattan, San Francisco and Houston already have efficiency legislation, and more and more… Read More

Regional Approaches to Dealing with Climate Change

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Jiri Skopek
Energy and Sustainability

Two large sustainable buildings conferences have occurred recently that clearly reflect the different drivers and strategies for green buildings around the world: Greenbuild in New Orleans, which was largely North American; and the World Sustainable Buildings 2014 Conference in Barcelona, which was largely attended by delegate teams from many countries in Europe, Asia-Pacific as well as North… Read More

Are we moving as quickly as we should?

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Simone Skopek
Energy & Sustainability Services

Everyone has heard of the annual mammoth GreenBuild Conference, but few people in North America are aware of the World Sustainable Building Conference, which, since 1998, has been gathering together the world’s leading green building professionals and academics to share a global view of how the building industry is addressing the environmental threats to the planet.

Often… Read More