U.S. and Canadian companies are three times more likely than other regions to risk violating the UN Global Compact's environmental principles, shows ESG Book research.
LG Electronics, University Of Alaska created the consortium to advance research and push heat pump limits for extreme climates.
Researchers from Hosei University examined the economic benefits of enhancing various elements in Tokyo office spaces for improved work efficiency and health.
Forward-thinking C-suite leaders are shifting their workforce strategies as they take on more transformation initiatives.
More diverse work styles have impacted employee productivity, satisfaction, and customer experience, according to new Omdia - Future of Work study.
First-of-its-kind research collaboration will evaluate the efficacy of Far-UVC pathogen deactivation while identifying and assessing any negative impact on surrounding air.
New survey shows employers must prioritize mental health, remote options, and improved technology to promote employee advocacy and better work-life balance.
Supported by a cross-section of stakeholders in the buildings industry, the report offers facility stakeholders insights on the development of technologies and market offerings.
Indiana University of Pennsylvania’s Department of Safety Sciences has been awarded $30,000 to investigate ways to limit workplace slips, trips, and falls.
Having an office space will be considered an employee benefit rather than a mandatory way of working, according to new Jabra study.
Steelcase commissioned first-ever test on how the SARS-CoV-2 virus behaves on contract surface materials commonly found in offices.
New research by Compare the Market reveals the number of times different countries could re-create iconic landmarks based on their daily plastic waste.
Compared to traditional BAS systems, intelligent building alternatives can harness wireless, edge (sensor), and cloud-based data analytics capabilities.
As impacts of COVID-19 continue, an advisory report produced by Uptime Institute shares best practices to reduce risk associated with operating critical infrastructure facilities.
A first of its kind report from ASE, ACEEE, and BSCE states energy efficiency actions have delivered results, while warning of stalled progress.
A new study explores critical success factors for multi-site projects, from the perspectives of both owners and contractors.
View this free video webinar and see data insights from recent research into building safety and occupancy issues.
New research from Urban Land Institute explores impact of rising temperatures, heat waves on urban development.
Can the temperature of a room affect a buyer’s eagerness to buy an item—or haggle for a good deal?
The National Safety Council’s “Work To Zero” initiative educates safety professionals about the potential that technology has to eliminate workplace fatalities and serious injuries.