Although concrete is one of the most carbon-intensive materials in our built environment, many opportunities exist to reduce its environmental impact.
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New and existing financing tools must be leveraged to equitably decarbonize the existing multifamily housing stock, as explained in this new report co-developed by RMI and Wells Fargo.
The Wisconsin Public Service Commission, which regulates public utilities in the state, is currently deciding what role the state's energy efficiency program will play in developing the local market for heat pumps.
New York State is poised to become a national leader in climate action in the buildings sector, but emerging proposals focused on “low carbon fuels” present a costly distraction from more effective solutions.
Decarbonizing the US building stock must start by ensuring that low-income residents have easy access to affordable, healthy, safe, and climate-aligned housing.
Construction, engineering, and design firms are taking big steps to assess — and eventually reduce — the emissions.
Maryland, a state well-known for its blue crabs, baseball, and diverse natural landscapes, has quietly crept into the national spotlight for another reason — as a leader on building decarbonization.
The New York State Legislature is poised to take a leadership role nationwide by requiring all-electric new construction across the state. This comes on the heels of local all-electric legislation in New York City, which…
Read how the retail sector can decarbonize. Grid-interactive Efficient Buildings (GEBs) are energy-efficient buildings that optimize energy use.
One-fourth of Europe’s energy comes from natural gas, nearly 40 percent of which is imported from Russia. As European countries take swift action to de-risk their gas supply and ramp up alternative sources, the alternatives…