The Most Beautiful Green Buildings in Southern California

Those of us who live in cities or other high-volume parts of the country often forget just how inefficient skyscrapers, office buildings, and shopping complexes can be. In fact, American buildings contribute approximately 73% of the country’s overall electricity consumption,


Tiny Homes: Movement or Mainstay?

Environmentally savvy? Are you willing to join the Tiny Home movement? The Tiny Home trend is a social movement where people choose to downsize their living space. You’ll never misplace things again. The typical American home is around 2,600 square


Green Homes are as Popular as they are Necessary

The term “sustainability” has gained enormous traction over the past two decades, signaling man’s increasing awareness and focus on improving environmental qualities of the world we inhabit. We have embraced the concepts and ideas behind sustainable businesses, energy production, agriculture,


How Germany Changed the Game with Solar Driveways

Germany reached a green technology revolution: it produced more than half of its total energy demands that day using only electricity generated from solar power. Some media outlets took the figure and exaggerated it, claiming that Germany produces all of


Millennials, Urban Living, and Water in Southern California

Young people are interested in a different kind of lifestyle than earlier generations, and Americans are experiencing an urban renaissance of unanticipated proportions. Better yet, it’s making us greener. Realizing that now is the time for experience, college graduates are


How Data Technologies Make Industrial Real Estate Greener

They grew and greened our ports, and now everyone is bringing their business to Southern California. We have set an example in growing business through green and efficient building. The Pacific Maritime Association’s website show that in the first quarter


Shipping Containers Have Staying Power for Green Homes

Shipping container architecture has evolved as a form of architecture using steel intermodal containers (shipping containers) as structural element, because of their inherent strength, wide availability and relatively low expense. A container is often referred to as a TEU, or

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