Saturday, February 24, 2024

Tag: energy

Mary discusses water and energy

Exploring the energy-water nexus

I am normally not a Dane Cook fan. As far as comedians go, I am more of a George Carlin and Doug Stanhope fan....
composting food waste and recycling reduce emissions and save energy

Thar’s Gold in Them Thar Dumpsters!

The Department of Energy (DOE) recently hosted a webcast on managing Scope 3 emissions in commercial real estate. The primary discussion was around trash...

Water management is elemental

Since California got a hose-in-the-sky rain this week, it is a good time for us to think about water. Right now, California has loads...
source of power influences worst emissions scope

Which is the “worst” is very personal

When it comes to emissions Scopes, which is the worst? I get asked that a lot. I think it is sort of subjective and...
net zero standards for zero-emission buildings coming

I have learned from my mistakes. I am pretty sure I can repeat them...

In 2016, I was so very excited and honored to arrange and moderate a panel discussion at NMHC’s OPTECH called “Net Zero: Coming Soon...
building electrification will be an important aspect of sustainability in 2024

Sustainability issues to watch in 2024

On Wednesday, January 10, ULI hosted their webcast “ULI Global Sustainability Outlook 2024” where they discussed, not emerging trends, but what key things would...

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