RISMEDIA, February 11, 2010—(Eco Hatchery Real Estate News)—The real estate sector plays a key role in energy efficiency and conservation. The United Nations’ Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change determined that cost-effective energy efficiency measures in buildings could reduce building emissions by 30% from the 2020 estimated baseline. Basic improvements include improved building insulation, greater heating and cooling efficiencies, energy-efficient lighting, and energy-efficient appliances.
To learn more about the United Nations’ Sustainable Building & Construction Initiative, click here.
For more information, visit www.ecohatchery.com.