Sometime in May I came across a post on the “Breathe Life Campaign” that caught my interest. The Breathe Life Campaign was a campaign focused on the use of public transportation or bicycles to reduce the emissions from a number of vehicles on the road. I had recently moved
We either use up energy, transfer it or store it sometimes. What happens to the storage media once we are done with them? I never really thought about recycling lead acid batteries before, this article from Business Day covers some of the work being done in Nigeria in terms of recycling and the current market. Oh and btw have you heard of the NIPC Online Investment Guide?
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Chances are you’re here because you’ve either considered or have already decided on going into the business of designing green buildings. If you’re still at the stage of understanding what green buildings are really about, worry not, Read more
The USGBC founded the Center for Green Schools, an organization that runs several programs to improve learning environments in the US.
In the past, I’ve written a great deal about the healthy hospital movement, green hospitals and the importance of creating healthy environments for patients, family members and hospital employees. The folks at Gap Medics recently sent me a new infographic that highlights a few of the hospitals that have been built to LEED Standards (there […]