All the wood for the 9-acre roof was sourced from within 300 miles of the airport. It could be a game-changer for mass timber.
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From Arkansas to the Arctic Circle, steel manufacturers are exploring ways to decarbonize the CO2-intensive steel industry.
The private sector arm of the World Bank Group now wants to help de-risk investments in climate friendly construction projects based in fast developing economies.
The need for climate technology continues to rise, but equity investment in start-ups has declined for a second year amid tough conditions in private markets.
Smart temperature and lighting controls, power purchase agreements and building electrification are all being used by the tech giant to reduce scope 2 emissions.
Pi Labs, the VC backing the transformation of the built world, is looking to partner with companies innovating the way we live, own, work, build, move and experience.
Their 12-week programme provides founders with access to everything from investment, strategic support, customers, investors and more, culminating in their...
Governor Kathy Hochul announced the launch of the $10 million Empire Technology Prize, a competitive opportunity for global solution providers focused on advancing building technologies for low carbon heating system retrofits in tall commercial and multifamily buildings in New York State.
The building, which will use far less energy than a conventional design, is the latest example of the efficiency standard’s growing popularity.
The built environment has the potential to play a key role in a more sustainable future, as it contributes ~40% of total global energy-related CO2 emissions.
Thousands of companies doing business in California will be required to disclose their greenhouse gas emissions in the coming years under a new law Gov. Gavin Newsom (D) signed Saturday.