Policy’s Dramatic Impact on Green Buildings: The Global Hotspots

Buildings consume the majority of the world’s energy and are responsible for a majority of the anthropogenic carbon dioxide emissions. Energy security, environmental, and livability concerns are driving governments across the world to adopt policy measures promoting green buildings. Policy measures,...

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