The internet of things is allowing sports stadiums to measure their energy use, water use and waste in real time. It saved the Mariners $1.5 million.
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Why companies are turning to grad students for green chemistry R&D.
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Levi’s, Method and Berkeley students on a safer chemical crusade
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First, the city must win the 2024 Olympics sweepstakes against Budapest and Los Angeles.
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It’s one of the fastest-growing divisions of CBS. President and Founder Paul Polizzotto describes the unique business model and the role of purpose.
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Comments Off on Exxon, the Olympics and Greenwashing 2.0
What if the oil colossus actually did commit to clean energy?
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Comments Off on Bowl-shaped stadium in the UAE uses smart design to stay naturally cool in searing heat
The 60,000-seat Mohammed bin Rashid Stadium will serve as the centerpiece of a new mixed-use sports complex in Dubai . The complex will also include training facilities, a practice pitch, warm-up areas, a 5,000-space car park, a museum, a multipurpose sports hall, retail, restaurants, and public parks. The stadium’s elevated playing field will be FIFA-compliant. The mixed-use sports complex was developed as part of Dubai’s “Sports Innovation Lab” initiative that aims to make the UAE an international sports destination. Related: The world’s new tallest tower moves forward in Dubai The bowl-shaped stadium and the playing field are elevated above ground level to create a shaded entry plaza below. The landscaping, which includes tall trees, and the water features create a comfortable microclimate . The permeable facade is outfitted with solar shading fins that help keep the stadium cool and also cast an interesting play of geometric shadows on the plaza floor. + Perkins+Will Via ArchDaily
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The path to greener courses includes embracing brown fairways to conserve water, and preserving out-of-bounds areas to protect wildlife.
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Election season may be upon those in the U.S., but several important policy battles over food and climate are going on that demand business attention.
Comments Off on Stunning new wooden sports center in Paris is hidden underneath sprawling green roof
The complex is framed by two contrasting urban conditions: a suburban zone of detached houses in the south, and a uniform configuration of social housing towers in the north. In order to reconcile the different social and architectural scenarios, the architects created a new artificial landscape that combines educational functions, urban design, and public space . Related: Spain’s Energy-Saving Ego Sport Center Supports a Healthy & Sustainable Lifestyle The continuous, hollowed shell housing the gymnasium, changing area, and a tennis court, contrasts with the flat green roof . Its laminated wood skeleton was built by Metsä Wood , a Finish manufacturer of sustainable wood products. The extreme curvature of the beams was made possible by using the firm’s Kerto® LVL rafters which allow wide spans and structural integrity. Related: Plush green-roofed cultural center replaces 2004 Olympic Games facilities in Athens “The main challenge was to ensure that the elements supported the loads imposed by the shape of the roof,” said the company. “The stability of the building was achieved by a grillage frame structure made of Kerto® LVL beams. The structure transfers the loads from roofing, while delivering the desired architectural form. Certain areas in the structure were reinforced in order to optimize the cross sections and reduce the material cost of the diagonals.” + Gaetan Le Penhuel Architecture + Metsä Wood Photos by Sergio Grazia
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NHL Sustainability Infographic: Green Initiatives in Hockey Compared to other sports, hockey relies heavily on the ability to skate and play the sport outdoors. Many of the NHL’s players started their hockey careers by learning how to skate outside on frozen lakes and ponds. However, environmental issues, such as climate change and freshwater scarcity, will severely limit these opportunities for future generations of hockey players. As a commitment to greater environmental sustainability, the…
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INFOGRAPHIC: How the NHL is greening up its game