Jane Henley Talks Green Retrofits for Buildings

Monday 10th June 2013

"The Empire State Building is one of the most visible examples of a trend that is occurring around the world – retrofitting buildings to make them more resource-efficient and climate-friendly," writes Jane Henley in her latest blog article.

"The evidence clearly suggests that, alongside the direct utility savings and job creation, green buildings can improve the health and well-being of occupants, enhance productivity, reduce staff turnover, reduce patient hospitalisation time, and even enhance student achievement in green schools. Both the direct and indirect cost savings of integrated green building strategies are real and significant."

Read Jane's entire article at Climate Action.

"The Empire State Building is one of the most visible examples of a trend that is occurring around the world – retrofitting buildings to make them more resource-efficient and climate-friendly," writes Jane Henley in her latest blog article.

"The evidence clearly suggests that, alongside the direct utility savings and job creation, green buildings can improve the health and well-being of occupants, enhance productivity, reduce staff turnover, reduce patient hospitalisation time, and even enhance student achievement in green schools. Both the direct and indirect cost savings of integrated green building strategies are real and significant."

Read Jane's entire article at Climate Action.