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Tag Archives: green architecture
Though not currently in the spotlight of the political arena of climate change, buildings hold an undeniable position as one of the largest opportunities to change our society towards a course of sustainability. The government (or at least the parts of it that want to address sustainability on a national level) has fixated themselves on power production, trying to pass regulation to put a price on carbon emissions that would most directly affect electric utility companies. This is certainly a way to go, but focusing on the opposite end of the power supply, the end users, is also a perfectly viable way to reduce our energy load and carbon emissions.