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10 Green Building Megatrends For 2020 – Part Two

By Jerry Yudelson, Speaker, Author, Green Building Consultant December 6, 2016 Here are the second five of the ten green building megatrends. Note that these are not necessarily in order of current or future importance! Part one was posted on November 29, 2016. The discussion is taken from my latest book, Reinventing Green Building (New Society Publishers, 2016).

10 Green Building Megatrends For 2017 – Part One

By Jerry Yudelson, Speaker, Author, Green Building Consultant November 29, 2016 In  2016 book, Reinventing Green Building, Jerry Yudelson identified 10 megatrends that he believes will shape green building technologies, markets, government rules and certification systems through 2020 and beyond. And, by the way, Jerry Yudelson doesn’t think that the election of Donald Trump will in any way disrupt […]

Energy Efficiency in Buildings: Science is outside of politics!

The First International Forum “Energy Efficiency in Buildings”, Moscow Russia September 8, 2016: International Forum was opened by the rector of the NRU MSUCE Alexander Volkov, presenting the report “System engineering of effective building management.” Andrey Anatolyevich emphasized that this theme – innovation, on which the conceptual base is formed just now. Rector noted that […]

Reinventing Green Building, by Jerry Yudelson

Why Certification Systems Aren’t Working and What We Can Do About It. The book Reinventing Green Building, by Jerry Yudelson, will be available about June 1st. It’s full of detailed statistical analysis of how green building in the US has hit the wall the past few years, commentary from two dozen industry leaders, and detailed recommendations on […]

Final report BAU 2013: Even more international, more professional, more innovative

Credit to: BAU 2013 Exhibitors delighted: “the BAU trade fair where you need to be is”. With over 235,000 visitors was the record level of 2011 again reached. For the first time more than 60,000 international visitors. Top architects such as Daniel Libeskind and Christoph Ingenhoven confirm the importance of the BAU as the leading architects […]

NASA chases climate change clues into the stratosphere

Credit: Nanowerk  The first flights of the Airborne Tropical Tropopause Experiment (ATTREX), a multi-year airborne science campaign with a heavily instrumented Global Hawk aircraft, will take off from and be operated by NASA’s Dryden Flight Research Center at Edwards Air Force Base in California. The Global Hawk is able to make 30-hour flights. Water vapor […]

GERMANY AND THE UNITED KINGDOM LAUNCH “NAMA FACILITY” IN DOHA

Credit to: DCC.GOV.UK 06 December 2012 Press notice: 2012/159 Joint Press Release Of The German Federal Ministry For The Environment, Nature Conservation And Nuclear Safety (Bmu) And The Department Of Energy And Climate Change (DECC) Of The United Kingdom Support For Developing Countries To Implement National Climate Mitigation Activities Berlin/London On 6 December, during the […]

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