Cities, states, and corporations rise in support of the Paris Climate Accord

As we discussed in a recent blog post, the actions taken by corporations and local governments will mitigate the impacts […]

Seven lessons learned on commissioning projects

Commissioning helps projects achieve greater occupant comfort and satisfaction, higher building energy efficiency, and ensures ease of maintenance for the […]

What does the Seattle building tune-up requirement mean for building owners?

Does your building optimize water and energy performance? The City of Seattle wants to help every building owner and operator […]

The US drops Paris Accord; how capitalism will save the planet

The US has chosen not to re-sign the Paris Climate agreement at the recent G7 summit. Yes, the fight to […]

What is your building doing to your company culture? Five big ideas for any budget

Corporate offices and interiors are frontline recruiting tools. Business leaders know that the work environment influences a potential employee’s interest […]

Applying for LEED Fellow? Here’s what one member of the review committee is looking for.

“Congratulations, you’re now a FLEED!” This is what my good friend in the design world exclaimed upon learning of my […]

Green funding: are you leaving money on the table?

Does your green building certification project qualify for a low-interest rate loan from government-sponsored enterprises (GSEs) Fannie Mae and Freddie […]

Are you going to the Living Future unConference this week? Nash is looking for you

Are you attending the Living Future unConference 2017 in Seattle this week? Track me down and let’s connect. In my […]

Envisioning a verdant urban landscape – ULI Spring Meeting 2017

Joe Biden shares his vision for the future at the Urban Land Institute Spring Meeting. Photo credit: ULI The Urban […]

Four LEED EBOM opportunities that most people miss

What creates momentum and how do we line up our next steps? For some, it might be the pursuit of […]