The Hidden Climate Impact of Residential Construction
RMI's new report on embodied carbon illuminates the hidden climate emissions in low-rise residences and strategies for builders to make cost-effective reductions quickly.
Transforming Existing Buildings from Climate Liabilities to Climate Assets
Low-embodied-carbon and carbon-storing materials in building retrofits can reduce total building emissions.
Population Attributable Fraction of Gas Stoves and Childhood Asthma in the United States
Gas stove use is linked to nearly 13 percent of current childhood asthma in the United States.
HVAC Choices for Student Health and Learning
K-12 schools and students need all-electric, high-performance HVAC systems for health, air quality, learning, economic, and climate benefits.
The Economics of Electrifying Buildings: Residential New Construction
All-electric residential new construction is more cost-effective to build and operate than fossil fuel homes.