Washington Post columnist Petula Dvorak hit an icy nerve with her recent piece on gender disputes over thermal comfort. "Every single woman I talked to in downtown Washington on a hot, humid July afternoon was thawing out," Dvorak writes. "It's the time of year desperate...
In addition to managing facilities, organizations have a primary job to do: running their business. Outsourcing has long been a solution that allows organizations to focus on their core business issues while leaving the facility services to an expert. The ultimate solution...
Around Australia, options for financing and funding of commercial building upgrades have expanded in recent years as instruments such as environmental upgrade agreements have come onto the market and traditional forms of finance have become more readily available for clean...
A new study in the U.S. has completed a five-year trial to evaluate the best plants for a promising green roof. The study, the largest of its kind in the U.S., was conducted by the Chicago Botanic Garden with results featured in Plant Evaluation Notes. The benefits of green...
The grocery store industry has been making strides in setting and meeting sustainability goals, but supermarkets have more work to do. According to Biz Energy Advisor, grocery stores in the U.S. use an average of 52.5 kilowatt-hours...
How will the data center landscape in Southeast Asia look in the next five years? More physical facilities aside, what can we expect when it comes to green IT, the cloud and the physical data center? We asked some experts.
In land-scarce Singapore, there is nowhere else to build, but up. Buildings — both residential and commercial — are transforming the skylines amidst rapid urbanization. With increased urbanization and rising population densities, higher energy consumption and...
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