• Can Architecture Firms Become Truly Carbon Neutral?

    3 monthes ago - By Arch Daily

    The Kendeda Building for Innovative Design is located on the campus of Georgia Institute of Technology, in Atlanta. The building generates 225% of its energy needs from solar; captures rainwater for drinking; and screens out common hazardous materials. It earned a Living Buiding Challenge certificate in April.. Image © Jonathan Hillyer
    This article was originally published on Common Edge. Martin C. Pedersen talks with Ron Rochon, managing partner at Miller Hull, about Carbon and the role of architectural firms in eliminating emissions. Discussing the EMissions Zero initiative, the current...
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