Healthy Home

We spend more than 90% of our time indoors, and average 16-18 hours a day at home. And recent science is telling us that living and work spaces have tremendous health impacts: affecting everything from immunity and cardiovascular disease to sleep and psychological wellbeing.

Sure, we’ve seen lots of attention and press around green buildings. But as much as we’ve learned about the impact of our homes on the environment, why are we only now considering the impact that our homes are having on human health? The healthy homes movement can be seen as parallel to green building strategies, but in reality, it’s the other half of the sustainability equation.

A Tête-à-Tête With Women Leaders In Sustainability

A Tête-à-Tête With Women Leaders In Sustainability

With gender equality listed as one of the UN Sustainable Development Goals, we’re highlighting women leaders in sustainability who are ushering in a new era of green. Meet the women who are blazing a trail toward a healthier future through recycling paint, ecological planning and building, and helping businesses contain their environmental footprint.

Green Building and the UN Sustainable Development Goals

Green Building and the UN Sustainable Development Goals

The UN Sustainable Development Goals can help inform your building choices for a more efficient use of resources and a healthier, happier life. Transform your home and support economic growth and a sustainable future.

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