Released by the Minister of State for Human Resources Development, a new report aims to unravel the reasons behind India’s slow adoption of green building practices and policies.
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A new program launched by IMT and backed by DOE aims to provide third-party certification for green commercial office leases.
We’re happy to be reintroducing an upgraded and updated GRELJ for 2014, with more content, reorganized archives, and a broader focus on issues of import to the design, construction, and development industries.
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News that Malkin Holdings has settled the lawsuit challenging the conversion of its ownership interest in the Empire State Building into a publicly traded real estate investment trust is also a win for advanced building technologies and green building generally.
In addition to presenting some important insights about the current state of the European green real estate market, a recent survey of property owners in France, Germany, and the United Kingdom concludes that investors are most interested in identifying green-related opportunities at the portfolio level.
A federal lawsuit alleging over $700,000 in fraud arising out of the sale of New Jersey solar renewable energy certificates by a North Jersey solar power provider to a New York-based hedge fund has settled, but highlights the ongoing pricing turmoil in the renewable energy markets.
The Carmine Carro Senior Center in Marine Park, Brooklyn is still under construction, and local residents are blaming the delay on the project’s green building features.
The Urban Green Council has published an FAQ document based on the New York City commercial real estate industry’s initial reaction to the organization’s Energy Aligned Lease Clause, which the city has committed to using in all of its leases.
The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals has upheld the Western District of Washington’s decision in BIAW et al. v. Washington State Building Code Council, allowing disputed amendments to the state’s energy efficiency code to take effect under the building code exception to federal preemption in EPCA.