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GLRPPR Sector Resource: VERGE and the Built Environment | GreenBiz.com

Title:
VERGE and the Built Environment | GreenBiz.com

Abstract:
VERGE and the Built Environment focuses on how technology convergence is rapidly affecting buildings, campuses, neighborhoods, and cities. Written by LEED pioneer and GreenBiz.com senior editor Rob Watson, the report focuses on how the built environment is being transformed by the combination of energy, transportation, and information and communications technologies. The topics embedded in VERGE and the Built Environment encompass some of the biggest technology and sustainability trends around: big data, smart cities, sustainable mobility, the "share economy," the smart grid, and more. And, of course, green and high-performance buildings.

URL:
http://www.greenbiz.com/research/report/2012/10/30/verge-built-environment

Source:
GreenBiz

Resource Type:
Article/report

Date of Publication:
October 2012

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