Greening the Cloud With Renewable Energy

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INTERVIEW: Mark Wigley on Greening Architecture Schools

August 11, 2013 by  
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Buildings account for almost half (48%) of all greenhouse-gas emissions annually. This oft-repeated statistic highlights what many architects and designers have long realized: the building industry has a profound impact on the state of our environment. But is environmental awareness really making enough inroads into the curriculum of design schools, in the places where it could potentially have the most impact on the future of the industry? While environmental design isn’t nearly as entrenched as it should be into the core curriculums of design schools, students seem to be clamoring to learn more about this topic and are demanding new classes and are shaping their own academic paths. To discuss the future of greening architecture schools, we sat down with Mark Wigley, dean of Columbia’s GSAPP , to talk about the changes currently taking place. Read on to hear what Mark Wigley has to say about sustainable design. Read the rest of INTERVIEW: Mark Wigley on Greening Architecture Schools Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: Columbia , columbia architecture faculty , Columbia GSAPP , Columbia School of Architecture , inhabitat interview , INTERVIEW: Mark Wigley On Greening of Architecture Schools , Mark Wigley , Mark Wigley Jill Fehrenbacher interview , Mark Wigley On Greening of Architecture Schools        

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University of Vermont Offers Online Course on Greening Colleges

January 24, 2012 by  
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Lauded for its green practices and curricula, the University of Vermont has developed a certificate program to enable other colleges to integrate sustainability into their operations.

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Why CSR Reports Are a Useful Tool for Greening Your Business

June 16, 2011 by  
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A sustainability report is all about incremental improvement, and business leaders who aren’t reporting may be losing a big opportunity to showcase sustainability efforts.

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State of Green Business 2011: What’s In And What’s Not

February 3, 2011 by  
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Image Source: Greenbiz.com Greenbiz Group released its much awaited 4 th annual report on the ‘State of Green Business’ (SOGB) this week, which threw light on the good, and no so good green happenings from last year and future direction for sustainable business. A breakdown of the report- Companies spent more on environmental & social responsibility despite the recession. Sustainability professionals are now being viewed as core drivers of the company

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The Greening of Professional Sports

November 19, 2010 by  
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From coast to coast, and in every professional sport, teams and their owners are making significant progress on reducing their environmental impacts, from solar-powered scoreboards to stadiums located in the heart of neighborhoods, rather than beyond city limits.

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Why Greening Your Business is Not Enough

October 15, 2010 by  
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With the phenomenal growth in recent years of the green business sector and of the corporate social responsibility movement, why hasn’t there been a corresponding boom in corporate contributions to environmental nonprofits?

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Boston, Hartford Among Cities Chosen for Green Capitals Program

September 9, 2010 by  
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The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has named the five cities that will be the first to participate in the Greening America’s Capitals program and receive free expert assistance to turn their towns into models of sustainable design

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Spring Greening Competition DEADLINE EXTENDED – Enter Now!

April 26, 2010 by  
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Sping Greening competition deadline extended until Monday, May 3rd! Attention all DIY designers — we’re excited to announce that we’re extending the deadline of our Spring Greening DIY Design Competition to give you one more week to submit your projects! The new deadline is next Monday, May 3rd , so clean out your closets, de-clutter your garage, and repurpose your dusty old furnishings and appliances into fresh new designs! We’ll be selecting our favorite projects to participate in an exciting round of online voting, and we’ll be awarding one grand prize winner with a $250 gift certificate to the Inhabitat Shop along with all the fortune and fame that comes with being showcased on Inhabitat. Don’t miss out on this chance to let your brilliant DIY designs shine – submit your projects today ! SUBMIT YOUR SPRING GREENING PROJECTS TODAY > Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: “green furniture” , diy design , green design , green interior design , industrial design , inhabitat spring greening diy design competition , Recycled Materials , sustainable design

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7 Reasons Why Greening Up is Hard to Do

April 8, 2010 by  
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From political divides to unintended consequences of green marketing campaigns, these systemic barriers to achieving a sustainable America pose major challenges, but there are relatively simple ways companies can profit by overcoming them.

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