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  1. Find Inspiration for Your Next Green Building Project

    February 3, 2015 | 0 comments

    When it comes to implementing new green building initiatives, it can be overwhelming to decide which sustainability projects to tackle. But there’s no need to reinvent the wheel if you’re having problems coming up with your next green idea. Make it a team effort by asking coworkers, tenants, and occupants for their thoughts – and also take time to learn what other organizations have done to save energy and reduce their environmental footprints. (more…)


  2. Learn from the U.S. DOE’s Sustainability Plan

    March 11, 2014 | 1 comment

    With more than 500,000 buildings across the country, the U.S. Federal Government has a big opportunity to improve sustainability and green building performance. All federal departments released 2013 sustainability plans that outline steps being taken to reduce carbon emissions and save energy.

    Here, we take a closer look at the sustainability plan from the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), and offer a summary of how they’re achieving green building goals. Who better to learn from when it comes to reducing environmental impact and implementing energy conservation measures? (more…)


  3. Meet Steve DeBusk: Vista Film’s Energy-Efficiency Expert

    October 9, 2012 | 1 comment

    Through this blog, Twitter®, and LinkedIn®, Vista™ Window Films has been working hard for the past year to offer valuable information to professionals who own or manage commercial buildings.

    Under the pseudonym “Chris H,” I’ve been creating content to help you make important energy-efficiency decisions about your facilities.  I originally used this persona for privacy reasons; however, as I interact with more and more of you through social media, I’ve decided that I can’t truly connect with industry professionals as “Chris H.” Moving forward, I will be abandoning my “Chris H” pseudonym and (more…)