Decarbonization/Net Zero

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Healthy, sustainable leased buildings start with cooperation between the building owner and tenants.
Decarbonization/Net Zero

5 Smart Strategies for Overcoming the Split Incentive

June 5, 2023
Building owners and tenants can be co-pilots in the flight to net zero, overcoming the split incentive with these five strategies.
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The Bullitt Center viewed from across Madison Street opened in 2013. It features integrated design built to achieve net zero water and net zero energy.
Building Systems/O&M

Bullitt Center Pioneers Sustainable, Multi-story Design in Rainy Seattle

May 12, 2023
The Bullitt Center is at the cusp of the green architecture movement in Seattle and with a projected lifespan of 250 years, its track record points to net positive.
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Cities are poised to double the floor area of today’s building stock to accommodate a coming population boom. This growth will lead to significant carbon dioxide emissions that could negatively impact the environment. Some cities, like Washington, DC, are embracing decarbonization strategies to reduce the impact.
Resiliency & Sustainability

Decarbonization: Cost-Effective Strategies to Reach Your Goals

March 31, 2023
Decarbonization is the logical next step for operating buildings sustainably. These tips will help you start your journey.
Decarbonization/Net Zero

7 Pathways to Greener Construction

April 20, 2021
Reducing greenhouse gas emissions from buildings is a tall order, but there are a few things the industry can do to decrease its impact. Learn more.
Resiliency & Sustainability

Take Action Now to Reduce Building Carbon Emissions

Jan. 6, 2020
The building and construction industry stands as the world’s single largest emitter of carbon emissions when accounting for both operational and embodied carbon. Address...