Building a Green 21<sup>st</sup> Century: Tracking Venture Investments in Green Buildings to Uncover New Opportunities

“Green buildings” has emerged as a critical investment category at the nexus of energy security, environmental sustainability, and corporate social responsibility. Since 2000, venture capitalists have invested $4.06 billion in developers of equipment, systems, services, and materials that improve th...

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