New research concludes there is capacity to power universal decent living standards (DLS) and stay beneath a 1.5-degree Celsius ceiling for temperature rise.
The time to embrace clean building technologies is now, but it takes stakeholders across the real estate community to make the shift. This is the philosophy behind the Building Energy Innovators Council (BEIC) and the underlying message in its newest report.
A research team at the University of Houston is developing an LED bulb that emits most of its energy from the safer violet segment of the visible light spectrum.
Control and management of the visual experience and the extensive range of available applications have extended the possibilities of lighting performance within a built environment.
Many feathered friends won't be making it to their northern breeding areas this spring due to fatal collisions with reflective and transparent glass.
For workers seeking relief from media over-saturation and cramped living environments, the workplace can function as a retreat from the overstimulation of daily life.
According to the National Collaborating Centre for Environmental Health, virus transmission in a public restroom is of great concern
Seen as the next big thing in data services, small hubs located near end-users are also more vulnerable to the encroaching outdoor environment than are vast temperature-controlled data centres.
As classes resume in person, one protocol being discussed in Ontario is the deployment of surveillance technology testing to mitigate pandemic risk.
The new GBAC STAR accreditation program is taking the complication and uncertainty out of reopening large Canadian commercial facilities.
Waste equipment and services that can process and organize vast amounts of data help inform sustainable practices throughout the facility.
Some basic chemistry lessons should be reiterated: mixing bleach with ammonia-containing or acid-containing products will produce a toxic reaction.
Some basic chemistry lessons should be reiterated: any mixture of bleach with ammonia-containing or acid-containing products will produce a toxic reaction.
The program helps fight the hygiene epidemic plaguing underserved communities due to a lack of access to basic sanitation.
The blitz will focus on workplaces in the construction, health care, industrial and mining sectors.
As exciting as an expansion or renovation can be, it can also determine the future of any business's pest vulnerability and management program.
Connex, the authority on retailers, multi-site healthcare facilities, entertainment facilities, banks and suppliers provides a breakdown of the meta-trends impacting retail facilities management.