The dependence of humans on the spatial pattern of the global urban surface area is a significant problem, which has currently gained wider attention worldwide.
Collaboration between MIT architect and chemical engineer could be at the center of new sustainable infrastructure for buildings.
Scientists at EPFL have created a web-based software program that adopts a whole new strategy to urban planning.
LyondellBasell has announced that its CEO Bob Patel has joined with Procter & Gamble CEO David Taylor and Veolia CEO Antoine Frérot in leading the newly announced global Alliance to End Plastic Waste (AEPW).
Analysis points the way to energy-efficient systems that take a location-specific approach to cooling and dehumidifying places where people live and work.
Aircuity will begin installation at three laboratory research buildings at the Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine.
Residents of industrialized countries spend over 80% of their time indoors, increasingly in air-tight structures. Although these buildings need less energy, the build-up of particulate matter & toxic gases may prove detrimental to human health.
To enhance the sustainability of homes and property projects in Thailand, Bangkok-based property developer Magnolia Quality Development Corporation Limited has joined the MIT Energy Initiative, with a three-year membership agreement in MITEI's Low-Carbon Energy Center for Electric Power Systems Research.
How can we green our cities to make them healthier and more sustainable places to live? A substantial grant awarded to a European collaboration, including researchers at the University of Bristol, will help to develop the best, most cost effective policies to get cities on the path to an environmentally friendly future.
On December 23rd, KeHE Distributors will open its newest, LEED Certified, distribution facility in Portland, Oregon. This new state-of-the-art distribution center is an important addition to the Company's expansion strategy and key to its growth plan in the Northwest Region.