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Top 6 Blogs of 2013

December 31, 2013 | 0 comments

What better way to wrap up 2013 then to recap the six most-read blog posts from 2013? We investigated which of our posts resonated most strongly with you based on web traffic; below is a recap, along with links so you can catch up on any you might have missed.

Top 5 Studies Linking Green Building to Productivity
Feb. 13, 2013
It’s hard to ignore study results demonstrating that green facilities improve employee productivity. We compiled a list of five studies (starting with the most recent) that support and connect green buildings to some level of improved productivity.

Green Investments with Fast ROI
Feb. 19, 2013
This blog post covers four green initiatives that have been proven to offer a full return on investment in three years – or less.

3 Ways to Increase Building Envelope Energy Efficiency
April 9, 2013
We talk about roof coatings, window film, and insulation, offering the pros and cons of each when it comes to reducing the amount of energy your building needs to keep tenants and occupants comfortable.

Which is Greener: A New or Renovated Building?
Sept. 10, 2013
Is it possible to achieve the same energy savings in a 75-year-old building, for example, as compared to the savings that can be achieved with a new commercial building? According to a new report we covered – the answer is yes.

Testing the Newest Green Technologies
May 28, 2013
This post talks about the GSA’s Green Proving Ground program, which works with the Department of Energy’s national laboratories to assess and evaluate a variety of sustainability products and innovations within GSA buildings. Check out which green technologies were tested in 2013.

Top Green Companies of 2012
Jan. 3, 2013
We assembled a short list of companies that stood out in 2012 for their dedication to sustainable practices. Take a look at what strategies they implemented to cut water and energy use.

Which blog posts did you find most helpful? Do you have suggestions for 2014?



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