Sustainability is a long-term effort to decreasing our carbon footprint. When it comes to making progress in sustainability initiatives, it requires not only support from key decision-makers but also budget allocation.
What's Up With Sustainability? It seems like everyone is into sustainability these days. According to Forbes, major corporations worldwide, from L'Oreal in France to Panasonic in Japan, are making commitments to recycling.
New companies and innovative technologies make it easier than ever to participate in sustainability efforts. Recycled materials are being used to create the products we use in everyday life.
Sustainability reporting helps organizations to measure their environmental impact and determine ways to make improvements. Every organization has a responsibility to make sustainability a priority in its operations and activities.
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Architects play an essential role in designing buildings that tackle sustainability. Through well-thought-out strategies and buy-in from important players, these initiatives can make a big difference in helping shrink the environmental footprint during the construction and lifetime of a building.
The truth is: sustainability isn’t just a nice-to-have anymore. Discover the most recent trends in sustainability purchasing.
The nature of university environments can leave a large carbon footprint if the appropriate action isn’t taken. As climate change becomes more top of mind, these institutions are rethinking operations and investing in sustainability projects across campuses.
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In December 2019, the University of Minnesota Duluth (UMD) achieved Gold in STARS (Sustainability Tracking Assessment and Rating System). STARS sets standards for institutions of higher education to measure their sustainability efforts.