Global warming and green architecture
Tri Harso Karyono
Wellington, New Zealand | Sat, November 5 2011 | 01:09 pm
PREMIUMThe success of the green movement in architecture is now begining to look questionable. A number of green building standards may be unable to significantly reduce carbon dioxide ( CO2 ) emissions as had been expected before.
Buildings which received the highest green marks, such as “Platinum”, from American green building standards of LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design...
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