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A Post-Occupancy Monitored Evaluation of The New York Times Building

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This case study from the New York Times Building, in New York, incorporates a number of innovative technologies, systems and processes and could become a model for widespread replication in new and existing buildings. Read more…

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A Guide to Understanding the Embodied Impacts of Construction Products

This guide aims to improve the understanding across the construction industry of the embodied impacts of construction products. The quest for... Read more…

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ISO 14001:2004 Environmental Management Systems - Requirements with Guidance for Use

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The ISO 14001:2004 standard sets out the criteria for an environmental management system and can be certified to. It does not state requirements... Read more…

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ISA Benchmarking Report 2011

This report from a global network of real estate organisations provides the first meaningful attempt to publish sustainability metrics for the real estate. Read more…

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European Public Real Estate Association (EPRA) Best Practice Recommendations for Sustainability Reporting

EPRA provides best practice guidance for sustainability reporting that builds upon relevant mandatory reporting requirements and voluntary initiatives, in particular the Global Reporting Initiative’s Construction and Real Estate Sector Supplement (GRI CRESS). Read more…

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Sustainability Scorecard 2010 (s-i-r-e)

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The s-i-r-e Sustainability Scorecard is designed to collect sustainability and financial data for the research project ’Winning in the Long Run?’. Read more…

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