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Database helps building owners, investors evaluate energy-efficient buildings
Source: R&D Magazine, 6/18/13
Summary: A new database of building features and energy use data helps building managers, owners, real estate investors and lenders evaluate the financial results of energy efficiency investment projects and identify high- and low-performing buildings.
EPA Orders Minnesota to Increase Water Pollution Prevention Efforts
Source: Governing, 6/14/13
Summary: Federal regulators have ordered Minnesota to impose more stringent limits on pollutants discharged into the state's lakes and rivers, an unusual step that could threaten state authority to enforce the nation's clean-water laws.
Successful Sustainability Strategy Leans on Innovation, 'Gamification'
Source: Environmental Leader, 6/12/13
Summary: To survive and prosper in a rapidly shifting business landscape, companies must constantly evolve. One example of this evolution is seen when forward thinking leaders incorporate sustainability into their business strategy. A successful sustainability strategy depends upon embracing a fundamental shift in an organization's way of doing business, an eagerness to find new ways of identifying challenges and seizing opportunities. Effective leaders recognize that their organizations will thrive through creativity and innovation. But it's one thing to decide to be innovative; it's another entirely to make innovation an integral part of your corporate culture.
States, firms fill chemicals leadership void left by feds
Source: GreenBiz, 6/11/13
Summary: In this article, the most recent in the P2 Pathways series, author Ken Zarker from the Washington State Department of Ecology's Pollution Prevention and Regulatory Assistance Section, discusses the Chemical Safety Improvement Act of 2013 and how its beneficial to look at lessons learned from states action on chemicals management to help craft a workable national solution.
Want lower building costs? Hire a data guru
Source: GreenBiz, 6/10/13
Summary: A facility data manager may be the missing ingredient to help boost onsite efficiency and performance.
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