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Community solar uses government programs to incentivize large solar projects which historically required major capital and space investments.
OSCRE International initiated the project to help standardize environmental data across the commercial real estate industry.
When evaluating goals, reference this table that examines the interplay between ESG strategy and the pursuit of LEED, WELL, and WELL Health-Safety Rating.
From data centers to industrial freezers, the most energy-intensive business operations are turning to solar as a reliable and affordable way to power their infrastructure.
How can retail facility managers address energy issues to make the most of the holidays—with further improvements in the coming year?
SEAM Certification, a measure of corporate real estate social sustainability, will provide guidance, resources, and certification for achieving positive social impact in the built environment.
C&W Green Buildings, a proprietary digital software assessment tool from Cushman & Wakefield, identifies custom decarbonization, retrofitting, and cost savings opportunities for existing buildings.
Shearman & Sterling’s recent New York office transformation reflects firm's commitment to people, clients, and the environment.
ACEEE shares how a "carbon handprint" more accurately reflects a company’s contributions to climate change by measuring the impact of the use of goods and services it provides.
Building retrofit rates need to triple to meet the goals in the Paris Agreement, asserts research from JLL.
Water feature technology continues to advance, providing greater conservation of resources, less waste, and more efficient operation.
Facility managers can extend contract furniture lifecycles with proper care and re-upholstery.
Pandemic-related structural changes continue to be among the most significant factors impacting today's real estate industry.
Beginning in 2023, publicly traded companies will need to track and report all carbon emissions generated by their value chain.
As people become more aware of the negative impact of carbon emissions, organizations have stepped up to do their part for the environment.
The October 2022 issue focuses on sustainability and renewable energy trends, plus indoor air quality, mass notifications, and more.
Peter Templeton will lead U.S. Green Building Council and Green Business Certification Inc., focus on climate action and health, equity and sustainability goals.
With the adoption of hybrid work, organizations need to rethink how they manage facility operations to prevent major inefficiencies that could impact their bottom line.
GBAC and Allergy Standards Limited have committed to advancing indoor air quality knowledge with a new working group.
Digital transformation and modernization are reshaping the security and identity landscape.