Buildings as Human Resource Tools

Thursday 11th December 2014

When many people hear "green," they think they are going to lose something - that they will have to sell their cars, cancel their vacations, and live in the dark. At the same time, few people really understand what phrases like "low carbon" or "zero emissions" actually mean. Few building occupants get excited by photovoltaics on roofs or greywater treatment plants. Time and again, people ask me: "But what does that mean for me?"

CEO Jane Henley on "Buildings as Human Resource Tools." Read the full article on UBM's Future Cities.

When many people hear "green," they think they are going to lose something - that they will have to sell their cars, cancel their vacations, and live in the dark. At the same time, few people really understand what phrases like "low carbon" or "zero emissions" actually mean. Few building occupants get excited by photovoltaics on roofs or greywater treatment plants. Time and again, people ask me: "But what does that mean for me?"

CEO Jane Henley on "Buildings as Human Resource Tools." Read the full article on UBM's Future Cities.