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In a broad sense, net-zero refers to achieving an overall balance between resources demanded and resources returned, and USGBC has launched a certification option called LEED Zero, which defines net-zero goals for energy, carbon, water, and/or waste. Here is how…
carbon | Green Buildings | High Performance Buildings | LEED | Net Zero | Sustainability
By Michelle Christopher
Let's talk about BEPS. The District of Columbia is committed to reducing greenhouse gas emissions 50% below 2006 levels by 2032 and 80% by 2050. Meeting these goals will require improving the energy efficiency of District homes and buildings, switching to clean,…
Advanced Commissioning | ENERGY STAR | Green Buildings | Sustainability
Now is the right and necessary time for the commercial real estate industry to shift its environmental strategy from just energy, a carbon contributor, to carbon itself. Leaders in sustainable real estate know how to optimize energy. The LEED rating…
carbon | Change Management | Commercial Real Estate | Green Buildings | High Performance Buildings | Net Zero | Sustainability | Uncategorized
Designing for daylight is a complex process of balancing the use of available natural light with artificial light through the use of daylighting systems such as architecture, responsive lighting solutions, and daylight/shading devices. According to the International WELL Building Institute,…
Commercial Real Estate | Energy Modeling | Green Buildings | Wellness
By JD Harper
Concrete is widely recognized as a major source of carbon emissions and pollution. In this post, we are going to talk about the real carbon culprit in concrete, which is cement. In fact, the cement industry puts more than 2…
carbon | Commercial Real Estate | Green Buildings | Sustainability
By Breanna Jackson
It must be said that not all energy models are created equal. This post explores the ways you can use your LEED energy model for more than just compliance. By instead focusing on performance, cost-effective energy conservation measures, and energy…
Abundance Thinking | Commercial Real Estate | Energy Modeling | Green Buildings | LEED
By Tom Paladino
Is there such a thing as a coincidence? Here at Paladino, we started deeply exploring new ways to address carbon emissions and Net Zero Carbon in June just as the world hit peak shutdown and stories about reduced carbon emissions…
carbon | Commercial Real Estate | Green Buildings | Leadership | Net Zero | Sustainability
By Katie Rothenberg
For many architects, tenants, developers, and building owners, COVID-19 has required a rapid onboarding to the wellness dimension of sustainability. Whether you know the difference between WELL and Fitwel, have experience implementing corporate wellness programs, or understand the value proposition…
Commercial Real Estate | COVID | Green Buildings | Wellness
In these uncertain times, we take pleasure in sharing good news and victories, no matter how big or small. Today, we are sharing five positive environmental news articles that we hope that you'll enjoy, too! 1. After 116 Years, Volkswagen’s Zwickau…
Abundance Thinking | Commercial Real Estate | Green Buildings | Industrial | Sustainability
By Chris Lombardo
The United States has been through various stages of shutdowns and social distancing practices in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. At present, our cities and economy are stutter-stepping into the new normal, trying to re-open without causing more harm than…