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By Paladino and Company
We are very pleased to announce the latest addition to our team, Shriya Kulkarni, Sustainability Analyst. Shriya brings technical strength and experience, with a focus on integrated design, energy modeling, and sustainability concept analysis. With experience teaching environmental design to…
Leadership | Uncategorized
As climate science gains widespread understanding and acceptance, real estate developers and owners are increasingly basing investment decisions on climate change futures. Climate change isn’t limited to coastal regions prone to flooding; this white paper covers a spectrum of potential…
Green Buildings | Resilience | Sustainability
We have had 3 action-packed years with Susie on our team. And while today is her last day at Paladino, she will be a Pal for life. Here are 4 of Susie’s contributions to our blog that are as good…
Abundance Thinking | Leadership | Uncategorized
By Brad Pease
What is IoT and why is it useful to workplace planning? IoT = Internet of Things: The interconnection of computing devices embedded in everyday objects, enabling them to send and receive data via the internet. In the real estate industry,…
By Kim Pexton
According to NASA, “If fossil-fuel burning continues at a business-as-usual rate, such that humanity exhausts the reserves over the next few centuries, CO2 will continue to rise to levels on order of 1500 ppm. The atmosphere would then not return to pre-industrial…
Abundance Thinking | Resilience | Sustainability