Wellness comes to GRESB

GRESB is all about buildings. Wellness is all about people. What’s the common thread? The last several years have seen […]

The demand for transparency in building materials heats up

For decades, sustainability has aimed to balance people, planet, and profits to develop positive, responsible real estate – even as […]

Hospitals get better with wellness design

Hospitals and healthcare facilities are built to sustain and improve human health and wellness. But are they designed with this […]

Posted in: Healthcare, Wellness

Public transportation of the future: four new sustainable technologies

On my way in to work this morning, I walked through a tree lined street, admired my wintry surroundings, breathed […]

Everything you need to know to sound brilliant when talking about biophilia

Biophilia is a term that literally means love of nature. Stephen Kellert, who worked with E.O. Wilson wrote that biophilia […]

Three corporate headquarter essentials that attract talent

Companies nationwide are moving their headquarters from quiet suburban outposts to bustling, urban locations. Whether building new construction or updating […]

Five wellness framework alternatives to the WELL Building Standard

The term “sustainability” has become a catch all for green building, wellness, and resilience. Greenbuild hosted approximately 20 sessions about […]

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Corporate Social Responsibility – Seven steps to get your report started

Our phone lines and inboxes have been busy with burning questions about corporate social responsibility (CSR) reporting lately. We are […]

Wellness and the built environment – let HR take the reins

People spend nearly 90% of their lives indoors, and for a majority of Americans, that inside time is in an […]

Lighting the way to wellness: LED circadian lamps

When was the last time you gave much thought to the harsh, interior lights above your desk during the day? […]

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