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Wheels of Change – Climate challenges and eco-innovations in modern transportation

Wheels of Change – Climate challenges and eco-innovations in modern transportation

Please Note: We have listed this article course Wheels of Change – Climate challenges and eco-innovations in modern transportation as a flipbook on this page .It is for those interested in auditing the course/lesson. Please enroll in the course or get a Platinum membership and access all our courses at your leisure. This way you […]

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A Well-Being Oasis in the Heart of London: A Case Study of One Heddon Street

A Well-Being Oasis in the Heart of London: A Case Study of One Heddon Street

Welcome aboard on this journey into the heart of London, where One Heddon Street stands as an oasis of well-being amidst the bustling city life. In this case study course, we’ll take you through a comprehensive exploration of how the WELL Building Standard has been masterfully applied in this vibrant project. One Heddon Street will

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LEED V4 Project Management-BD +C 

GBRI LEED Project Management: Transform Your Sustainability Career Trajectory

Are you interested in becoming a LEED Project Manager? Unleash your potential with a USGBC Faculty member and elevate your career in sustainable building practices with our immersive GBRI LEED Project Management training course. Spearheaded by Jeslin Varghese—a seasoned LEED AP, WELL AP, PMP, and a USGBC Faculty—this 7-week training course is designed to transform

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Taking the “Gross” Out of GDP and Adding ISEW

Taking the “Gross” Out of GDP and Adding ISEW

Gross National Product (GDP) is the common global metric for measuring economic growth, but it does not include the costs of development. The Index of Sustainable Economic Welfare (ISEW) seeks to add the costs of achieving GDP to reflect the social and environmental harm that growth incurs. The ultimate goal is to achieve a Steady State Economy, defined as a state of dynamic stability in which development is balanced with the positive and negative impacts that growth causes. The ISEW calculation begins with GDP and to that is added and subtracted all the factors reflecting the true impact on human lives and the environment. The ISEW is more complex which has slowed its adoption on a global basis. However, it has critics that believe it is too subjective. The long-term trend is increased adoption on a country-by-country basis which could eventually lead to its recognition as the global standard.

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Tackling Global Warming with the Lowly Fungi

So Cool: Tackling Global Warming with the Lowly Fungi

Fungi got little attention in the past and certainly not as a pathway for lowering carbon emissions. Mycologists are now researching Mycorrhiza, the symbiotic relationship of a plant and a fungus, and are already making surprising discoveries. The microscopic fungus that clings to tree roots is supplying the tree with nutrients and, in return, obtains nutrients from the tree. During this process is the absorption, release, and storage of carbon at various steps of nutrient exchanges. Fungi are proving to be efficient at retaining some of the carbon which means less carbon in the atmosphere. Should fungi be on environmental protection lists as one pathway to preventing some amount of global warming?

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