The Energy Institute at Haas strives to bridge the gap between the frontiers of economics and the marketplace. We do this through our working paper series, advice to policymakers, and Energy Institute Blog. Every week, researchers at the Energy Institute at Haas post a new blog that explores the economic implications of current energy debates […]
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 […]
“What are these carbon emissions I keep hearing about?”, you ask. Welcome to the post where I attempt to make you understand what the fuss is about emissions and climate change.
Carbon emissions are one of the products of certain reactions that involve burning. Reactions could be part of using up fossil fuels (coal, natural gas, oil), burning up solid waste, trees, and also chemical reactions such as cement production. The production of carbon dioxide, which is a member of the green house gas crew, is as a result of mostly human activities. These are not the only agents Read more
“Now faith is the substance of things hoped for the evidence of things not seen” -Hebrews 11:1
The week that I intended to post this, a friend of mine Read more