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Why you should consider double glazing

The premise of double glazed windows is fairly simple; a double glass windowpane is separated by a space which is filled with gas or air. The air which sits between the two panes of glass acts to reduce the loss of heat, keeping your home warmer for longer and helping to reduce your heating bills. Different brands and varieties of double glazed windows will offer different levels of heat retention, so you should...

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Jamaica to lead the region in zero-energy buildings

Jamaica will lead the Caribbean region in zero-energy buildings with a new collaborative project of the Global Environment Facility, United Nations Environment Program, and the University of West Indies. Under the collaboration, Jamaica will strive to promote zero-energy/energy-plus buildings, or ZEB/EB, by combining energy-efficiency designs with efficient sources of energy that will result in buildings that are energy efficient,...

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G.C.C. countries’ green materials presents boon for business opportunities

The green materials market in the member-countries of the Gulf Cooperation Council is currently in its growth stage, presenting a wealth of business opportunities for green material suppliers, according to an analysis done by American-based market research firm Frost & Sullivan. The study, titled “Strategic Analysis of Green Materials in the G.C.C. Construction Sector,” found that the green market in the...

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JEE, eco-efficient window

Following a successful presentation at Macau´s MIECF2013, Miguel Veríssimo from Solar Trap architects (www.armadilhasolar.com) is now introducing another award-winning innovation – the JEE – Eco Efficient Window – to EcoSeed. According to Arch. Veríssimo, "JEE is a new concept that promises to change the mindset of a sector that, despite being vital, shows a remarkable lack of innovation – the windows and facade...

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Jakarta mandates all new buildings go green

The Indonesian capital of Jakarta will make green building standards mandatory for all new high-rise buildings as of the end of April. According to The Jakarta Post, the Jakarta Building Supervision and Regulatory Agency has unveiled a new green building code that would be incorporated in the permit application process for new buildings. This applies to office buildings, shopping malls and...

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Green buildings benefit the world – World G.B.C.

More and more stakeholders across the world are attesting to the compelling benefits of green buildings. According to a new report released by the World Green Building Council, green buildings nowadays can be put up at a cost almost similar to conventional buildings and payback of investments can be earned through operational cost savings. “From risk mitigation across a building portfolio and city-wide...

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Green buildings now “business imperative” - report

Green buildings used to be designed to comply with environmental measures; now, they are intended to generate business value and opportunities, according to a recent report of McGraw-Hill Construction. These business opportunities include the development of new environmentally friendly products. McGraw-Hill Construction, North America’s leading construction project and product information provider, surveyed firms...

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Guest Post: DMCI Homes: Why sustainability in design is an important part of the real estate development

DMCI Homes, one of the leading Philippine real estate developers, focuses on the advancement of urban-styled residences with resort-like amenities that highlight the cross between modern city lifestyle and green living. It’s part of the D.M. Consunji construction company, one of the pioneers in the application of advanced building technologies in the country. Established in 1954, the company built its reputation...

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China to push for green buildings starting 2014

The Chinese government will now require new urban buildings to comply with mandatory “green” standards and renovate existing buildings to be more eco-friendly by 2015. According to a Xinhua report, an official from the National Development and Reform Commission has announced that the government will implement a green building code, including energy-saving standards, which state-owned buildings constructed from 2014 onward...

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Palafox: Creating Green Urbanism

Green urbanism, the idea of creating a community that is beneficial to both its human population and the environment, is a school of thought that’s rising in popularity in tandem with the idea that the future lies in sustainable development. According to Dr. Timothy Beatley, in his book “Green Urbanism: Learning from the European Cities,” green urbanism is an attempt to shape more sustainable places, communities and lifestyles...

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