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Sustainable Innovation Starts at Home: The Singapore Story

by Jai Thampi
Blog

Sir Isaac Newton was at his best when he was working from home. The legend goes that when the polymath stayed at home to avoid the plague of 1665, he discovered the laws of gravity, optics, and invented calculus.

When It Comes to Tackling Emissions, Home Is Where 'the Smart' Is

by Manish Pant
Blog

Over the last year, we’ve spent up to 60% more time at home compared to before the pandemic. That’s not too surprising given that our homes are doubling up as offices, restaurants, gyms, schools and entertainment centres. However, as a result, we’ve seen a massive rise in domestic emissions as well as our energy consumption bills. 

Scaling Up Building Water-Energy Savings

By Brendan FitzSimons
Blog

Increasing droughts and water shortages are causing companies to pay more attention to their water use. Leaders like AT&T understand that proactively engaging in water conservation—including working with suppliers—can help mitigate its risks to water stress.

General Electric, Intel Back Scientific Conservation

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Scientific Conservation Inc. aims to increase level of commercial real estate from 15 million square feet to around 100 – 150 million square feet, with the help of industrial market leaders, Intel Capital and General Electric. The large corporations augmented the funding of the project by almost $4 million.

This article discusses the different software SCI created to monitor office buildings and how this has led competitors to respond and develop them further.
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Scientific Conservation Inc. aims to increase level of commercial real estate from 15 million square feet to around 100 – 150 million square feet, with the help of industrial market leaders, Intel Capital and General Electric. The large corporations augmented the funding of the project by almost $4 million.

This article discusses the different software SCI created to monitor office buildings and how this has led competitors to respond and develop them further.
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