Building codes and certifications will drive building efficiency as the world moves to cities

The United Nations released its 2014 revision to its report "World Urbanization Prospects" late last week. The document highlights increasing urbanization in China and Nigeria, but also India in particular. Looking out to 2050, the U.N. predicts that India’s urban populations will swell by over 4...

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