Buildings and their associated systems are the largest source of greenhouse gases in the world. The “2030 Challenge” aims to produce zero net energy from new North American construction by 2030 while achieving a 50% reduction in carbon emissions from...
As China, India, and other industrializing giants grow, they are confronted with an inconvenient truth: They cannot rely on the conventions of capitalism as we know them today. Western industrialism has achieved miracles, promoting unprecedented levels of pros...
Arlington encourages building developers to save energy and water, and to create healthy living spaces for our workers and residents. Find out more about Arlington’s energy programs for residents and businesses at arlingtonenergy.us.
Remy Kloos / Growthpoint Properties [ GBCSA Convention 2017 ]
(GBCSA 2017) The Required Transition Towards a Bio-based Economy – A case for engineered bamboo / Dr. Ir. Pablo van der Lugt
Dr. Ir. Pablo van der Lugt / Head of Sustainability MOSO International, Lecturer Delft University of Technology [ GBCSA Convention 2017 ]
(GBCSA 2017) Driving the Charge: The impact of electric vehicle charging on buildings’ energy consumption / Mary Haw
Mary Haw / City of Cape Town Sustainable Energy Markets [ GBCSA Convention 2017 ]
Leanne Govender / Sales Manager, NEDBANK CIB [ GBCSA Convention 2017 ]
(GBCSA 2017) Designing Workplaces that Promote Health, Wellbeing & Performance: A Psychologist’s Perspective / Dr Nigel Oseland
Nigel Oseland / PhD CPsychol, Workplace Unlimited [ GBCSA Convention 2017 ]
Rob McGaffin / Urban Real Estate Research Unit [ GBCSA Convention 2017 ]