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Meeting the energy needs
There has been no attempt at the national level to draft guidelines for energy conservation. A look by D. Ajitha Simha The demand for energy from several sectors of the economy is increasing and the...
Read more at The Hindu
Bureau of Indian Standards
Ministry of Power
Inaction means home is where the draught is: poor...
A survey of stakeholders in the construction sector found 65 per cent thought the
energy-efficiency provisions were not implemented strictly, but no one is following this up. T'is the...
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Northern Daily Leader
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South Australian government
Basement remodel? don't forget the egress window!
There are so many good reasons to remodel your basement -- more usable room, additional privacy, increased resale value, and energy efficiency, to name just a few. The best part is that basement...
Read more at FOX 29 Philadelphia
Lawmaker wants free use of restrooms in malls
MANILA - A lawmaker has filed a bill banning the collection of fees from customers for the use of toilets or restrooms in malls, shopping centers and similar establishments. House Bill 5225 seeks to...
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Revenue from Zero Energy Buildings is Expected to...
BOULDER, Colo.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--A recent report from Navigant research defines and analyzes the global market for zero energy buildings (ZEBs), including global market forecasts for revenue, broken...
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Belleville residents question Brighton Avenue apa...
The Belleville Zoning Board will have to wait until next month to vote on a case that would add 11 residential units to a building on Brighton Avenue. All cases at a special meeting convened on Monday...
Read more at The Register NorthJersey.com
Some tech communes in SF play by the rules
The Negev tech communes may be among the most violation-filled operations of their kind, but they are not the only ones taking advantage of San Francisco's high-demand housing market -- and until...
Read more at The San Francisco Examiner
Department of Building Inspection
Dash to Deadline
Traffic in Bacolod has gotten horrendous, and don’t tell me it's the holidays or the business boom. It is, excuse the word, plain and simple stupidity: on the part of the motorists and on the part of...
Read more at The Visayan Daily Star
When Less Is More: New Research From the Urban La...
When Less Is More: New Research From the Urban Land Institute Looks at the Growing Appeal of Micro Units as a More Affordable Option in Sought-After Urban Locations [IN] CST PUB [SU] SVY NPT ECO TO...
Read more at WBNS-10TV Columbus
Urban Land Institute
Urban Land Institute
City sees boost in building permits
Building permits in Salmon Arm to the end of November this year were more than $46 million – and 2015 looks promising. At the Dec. 8 council meeting, Coun. Chad Eliason noted the city has been having...
Read more at Salmon Arm Observer
Area’s best work: Choices by the decades
Area’s best work: Choices by the decades The 1926 Grace and St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church was designed by two architects decades apart. Colorado Springs was founded in 1871, 12 years after its...
Read more at Colorado Springs Business Journal
Could New Westminster's Copp’s building have been...
Could the iconic E.L. Lewis Block on Columbia Street, known to many for its Copp’s Shoes storefront, have been saved from a catastrophic fire on Oct. 10, 2013? That’s the question that arises when...
Read more at New Westminster News Leader
Insurance Bureau of Canada
How prepared is New York City for future supersto...
Six interviews later, we have reached the series’ conclusion. Unsurprisingly, it does not end with a tidy “yes” or “no” – such a multifaceted examination demands more nuance than that. After all, you...
Read more at Guardian Unlimited
New York City
County board to make appointments
The board meets at 6 p.m. today in Room 231 of the Henry Skewis Annex to the Marquette County Courthouse, located at 234 W. Baraga Ave. Several boards or committees had the same, or fewer, numbers of...
Read more at The Mining Journal
"Greener" Building Codes Proposed At Ketchum City...
s Proposed At Ketchum City Council Meeting Ketchum, Idaho ( KMVT-TV / KSVT-TV ) - Tonight several proposed
updates went before the Ketchum City Council. The...
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New PEC hospital clears hurdle
The effort to build a new hospital in Prince Edward County has received an early but crucial approval from the agency overseeing local health care. Directors of the South East Local Health...
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Small businesses help drive sustainability issues
The holidays are greener than they used to be -- which has little to do with the weather and more to do with the fact that many business owners "really do care" about sustainability, energy efficiency...
Read more at Daily Herald
District finds interim fix for Comp roof woes
Over the Christmas break temporary shoring will go up in the Composite High school to support the roof after a heavy snow fall last year put significant pressure on the trusses. “We had an issue with...
Read more at Grande Prairie Daily Herald-Tribune
Local volunteers install safety in hundreds of ho...
Local volunteers from multiple agencies went door to door in the Cedar Branch community to make sure residence had working smoke and carbon monoxide detectors. Grand Strand Medical Center donated 100...
Read more at WPDE Myrtle Beach - Florence
Grand Strand Medical Center
Grand Strand Medical Center
Palo Alto to explore incentives for slashing natu...
After cutting carbon out of the city's electric supply, Palo Alto officials are now fixing their sights on the next frontier in their battle against global warming: a reduction of natural gas. The...
Read more at Palo Alto Weekly
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