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    Green is good 

    for businesses too

    Smart buildings are key to
    achieving global sustainability goals

    More and more companies are using the ESG model—environmental, social, and governance—to define sustainability objectives and measure sustainable business value. The ESG model is a reminder that sustainability has several dimensions that extend beyond energy efficiency, including environmental stewardship, climate change mitigation, social responsibility, and ethical governance.
    Most architects and workplace designers agree that space optimization and energy efficiency are two crucial aspects of sustainability initiatives. New connected technologies offer quick but signifcant progress toward these goals.
    Sustainability and real estate
    go hand in hand."

    - Anna Miklosovicova
    Environmental Specialist, Lenovo

    Sustainability that strengthens the bottom line

    Watch how sustainability can strengthen the bottom line
    the video

    What being green means –
    for building and buildings

    According to the World Green Building Council (WorldGBC), green buildings are designed and operate to mitigate negative impacts and create positive impacts on

    the natural environment. Green building—the activity of contructing buildings—is as important as green buildings, how a building operates after it’s built. WorldGBC believes that achieving 2050 net zero carbon goals begins with operational efficiency—but it doesn’t stop there.


    Terri Wills, CEO of the WorldGBC, discusses worldwide

    climate goals and the built environment in this new article.

    What being green means—for building and buildings
    What being green means—for building and buildings

    WorldGBC: New technologies, new
    driving sustainability agenda

    Achieving net zero status requires a holistic approach, embracing the whole range of

    building systems, geography, and climate.

    In this article, Terri Willis, the CEO of the World Green Building Council (WorldGBC) discusses the role of data-driven systems and smart technologies, as well as healthy buildings and how net zero and building wellness initiatives go hand in hand.

    The Climate Group
    Corporate adoption of connected LED lighting

    The Climate Group has gained unique insights from all around the globe as the result of its program to drive large-scale LED adoption. In this white paper, The Climate Group covers many of the key themes to consider when upgrading indoor lighting, and discusses options for providing energy savings, system connectivity and the IoT, and future-proofing.
    Download the whitepaper The Climate Group: Corporate adoption of connected LED lighting


    Corporate adoption of
    connected LED lighting

    InterAct Office
    Enterprise-level connected lighting retrofit for offices

    InterAct Office supports alternative workplace strategies in your existing office spaces. Gain deeper insights into how work flows though the business while enhancing employee productivity, optimizing operations, and reducing your energy footprint.

    Interested in discovering more about InterAct office?


    Act today for a smarter workplace. Receive exclusive insights into top industry trends, learn how the Internet of Things and connected technologies can support your business objectives, and much more.

    We’d love to hear from you!

    Please contact us with any questions, insights, or ideas about InterAct Office and your CRE environment.


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    Alternative strategies
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    Real estate optimization strategies

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