Resource pages for "Climate Change"-related posts for facility managers (FMs), building operations professionals and decision-makers in all industry sectors.
C&W Green Buildings, a proprietary digital software assessment tool from Cushman & Wakefield, identifies custom decarbonization, retrofitting, and cost savings opportunities for existing buildings.
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.
Facility managers can reflect on past trends and breakthroughs in sustainability to see how they will help shape the future of facilities.
To better address greenhouse gas emissions and climate change, updates will elevate LEED v4’s requirements for energy performance closer to those of LEED v4.1.
To increase their building’s lifespan during construction, facility managers need to work closely with design teams.
Pandemic-related structural changes continue to be among the most significant factors impacting today's real estate industry.
Peter Templeton will lead U.S. Green Building Council and Green Business Certification Inc., focus on climate action and health, equity and sustainability goals.
High heat and longer hours put construction workers in increased danger of suffering a heat-related illness or accident while on the job.
A compromise to President Biden’s Build Back Better, the new act would make historic energy-saving investments in buildings, industry, and transportation.
Facility executives are turning to microclimate measurements outside their facility to optimize facility operations and energy efficiency.
Five students from Rwanda and United Arab Emirates collaborated to win 1st Prize and $30,000 with innovative organic pesticide-fertilizer to replace chemical products.
The roadmap will help Americans and the nation’s built environment manage risk to mitigate the devastating effects of climate change.
Five finalist teams from four continents will advance in pursuit of the Wege Prize 2022, a global competition for circular economy solutions.
The White House's new Buy Clean Task Force will focus on using U.S.-made, low-carbon materials in federal construction projects.
Real estate executive Randall Lewis' donation—the largest in Urban Land Institute history—will support efforts to make the built environment more sustainable.
A COP26 side event hosted by Architecture 2030 and ASHRAE highlighted growing building stock, consensus-based standards, and building industry involvement
Together, these real estate companies represent over 2,400 buildings, more than 849 million square feet, and over $397 billion in assets under management.
Build Better Now, a virtual reality online exhibition, showcases urgent role buildings and cities can play as a solution to climate crisis.
A $1 million donation will support the Urban Land Institute's efforts to combat climate change by pushing cities and building owners to reduce their carbon emissions to zero.
USGBC LEED certification helps cities and counties accelerate progress on climate change, resilience, and social equity challenges.