Managing Carbon Emissions Through Water Management
Water waste in buildings is a significant issue, with approximately 25% of all water entering buildings going to waste.
Workplace Sustainability Matters: Employees Weigh In
Sustainability concerns play an increasing part in where people want to work, where they want to invest, and who they want to do business with, finds a new survey from Esker.
Green Leases: Three Actions To Drive Decarbonization
With just seven years left to halve emissions in the built environment and meet the Paris Agreement scenario, green leases can benefit landlords and tenants while serving to decarbonize real estate.
Net Zero Goals: Cintas Transitions Facilities To LED Lighting
LED lighting retrofits, along with other facility-related energy-reduction projects, are part of the company’s ambition to achieve Net Zero GHG emissions by 2050.
2023 Greenbuild Registration Is Open!
This year's Greenbuild will celebrate USGBC’s 30th anniversary, debut LEED v5. Plus, WELL Summit leads into Greenbuild, offering a week-long focus on health, well-being, sustainability.
Healthy Buildings Survey Reveals Increasing IAQ Concerns
The Healthy Buildings Survey takes a closer look at worker’s perceptions and feelings on the health and safety of their workspaces.
How Can We Stop Designing For Disposal?
The construction industry needs to see a strong link between the conservation of resources and cost savings.
Sustainable Design On Display: Garden Experience Reaches Construction Milestones
Longwood Gardens reached a milestone in its 17-acre transformation of its core area of conservatory gardens.
New Carhartt Program Keeps Worn Workwear Out Of Landfills
Carhartt Reworked resale program extends life of workwear, reduces clothing waste, and keeps previously worn and slightly imperfect gear out of landfills.
Facility Executive: February 2023 Issue
The February 2023 issue focuses on the future of facilities, preventing cyber threats, optimizing office space, pest control, and more.
Danfoss Seeks EnVisioneer Of The Year Award Nominations
Danfoss has expanded award categories, is now accepting entries for its 14th annual EnVisioneer of the Year competition.
Proposed Virginia Arena Could Be Greenest In U.S.
To be built in Henrico County, VA, the proposed 17,000-seat GreenCity Arena is being planned as a net-zero energy project and is expected to be the greenest arena in the nation.
Los Angeles Luxury Retail District Earns LEED Platinum
Westfield Topanga was repurposed from a former department store space once occupied by Sears. Plus, February's free USGBC course.
Different Ways Proptech Can Drive An Economic Recovery
The upcoming economic recovery will depend on several factors but using technology can help make recovery easier.
ASHRAE Debuts Standards Guide, Redesigned Webpage
The organization is expanding its commitment to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by sharing the new standards guide and webpage.
UBS Arena Earns LEED Green Building Certification
UBS Arena, home of the NHL's New York Islanders, has been awarded LEED Certified status by the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC).
CRE Leaders Anticipate Sustainability Trends For 2023
Penalty-driven regulations, investor expectations, and tenant demands put pressure on the CRE industry to decarbonize.
Can Plants Help Employees Make Fewer Mistakes?
An experiment by a Finnish indoor nature technology company shows employees make 43% fewer mistakes in the presence of plants and biophilic design.
Business Leaders: Climate Change Is A Top Priority
Despite global uncertainty, a majority of organizations increased sustainability investments over the past year, according to a new Deloitte report.
Building Performance Standards: Raising The Bar For Sustainability
In a sustainability checklist, buildings are at the top, and federal, state and local governments are taking action. Here's how to decode and achieve compliance with new policies.