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Energy supply is the largest contributor to global greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. However, GHG can be reduced with energy efficiency improvements. Learn more.
The shift to urban societies is a global trend that increases greenhouse gas emissions. Sustainable flooring systems can reduce our carbon footprint Learn more.
Rapid economic development and urbanization is propelling large building activity. Buildings are critical to the global challenge of sustainable development. Learn more.
Industrial activities create all the products that satisfy human needs. An absolute reduction of industry emissions requires a broad set of mitigation options. Learn more.
Transport can be an agent of sustained urban development that prioritizes equity, accessibility, traffic safety, and time-savings for the poor while reducing emissions Learn more.
Approximately over 2 billion people face water shortages in over 40 countries. Extensive global water withdrawal limits supplies for various human needs. Learn more.
The scale and speed of urbanization will require a massive build-up of infrastructure, a key driver of GHG emissions across multiple sectors. Learn more.
Food production generates nearly a quarter of all GHG emissions. Meat and dairy consumption – foods with outsized climate impacts – is on the rise. Learn more.
TESTIMONIALS IN OUR REPORTS
When you don't control outside air in buildings, it leads to significant temperature and humidity control problems for guests and increases the chance of bacterial growth.
We would be more comfortable. We’d reduce our carbon footprint. There’s really no downside
If the costs were the same, then I would hope we would all have inverter-driven variable speed technology systems because we’d save energy and operating cost.
Sensitivity to congestion is the determinate factor in how people organize in and around cities.
Fewer or no work-related interruptions add to a general feeling of wellbeing.
Working away from the office engenders a more positive attitude towards work
Teleworkers feel ‘more in control’ of their work, which in turn eases work-related stress.
Family and work life can be better balanced when working away from the office.