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primarily concerned with the conservation of resources, not simply the rearrangement of them.

other interests: corporate sustainability initiatives (and their realizations), popular accessibility of green technology, fighting poverty & social injustice with sustainability.

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Brighter Planet's 350 Challenge
31 August 11
"To get all the data from buildings ready for public consumption, the  USGBC is inviting software developers to make that data legible. Horst  showed Fast Company a preview of LEED 2012 in the Council’s airy headquarters in the heart of Washington, D.C. Using a database called the Green Building Information Gateway, the software allows an owner to tap into comparable data from similar buildings.”
(via LEED2012: The USGBC Adds Teeth, Real-Time Reporting To Its Green Building Ratings | Fast Company)
there is an awful irony in LEED’s inefficiencies, but this is a fantastic step forward.

"To get all the data from buildings ready for public consumption, the USGBC is inviting software developers to make that data legible. Horst showed Fast Company a preview of LEED 2012 in the Council’s airy headquarters in the heart of Washington, D.C. Using a database called the Green Building Information Gateway, the software allows an owner to tap into comparable data from similar buildings.”

(via LEED2012: The USGBC Adds Teeth, Real-Time Reporting To Its Green Building Ratings | Fast Company)

there is an awful irony in LEED’s inefficiencies, but this is a fantastic step forward.

26 January 09
A composite image splits Manhattan into two visions; how it looked in 1609, left; its more vertical profile today, right. Markley Boyer/The Mannahatta Project

via blakeley
A composite image splits Manhattan into two visions; how it looked in 1609, left; its more vertical profile today, right. Markley Boyer/The Mannahatta Project

via blakeley

Reblogged: blakeley

15 January 09

Reblogged: urbangreens

17 December 08
16 December 08
davereed:

Rødovre Tower to be Plush Sky Village
The whole thing’s made of pre-fab blocks.
via Landscape + Urbanism

davereed:

Rødovre Tower to be Plush Sky Village

The whole thing’s made of pre-fab blocks.

via Landscape + Urbanism

Reblogged: davereed

Themed by Hunson. Originally by Josh