It's no secret that designing and constructing high-performing, energy-efficient, sustainable buildings and interior spaces is more important today than ever before. Green buildings lead to reduced environmental impact; healthy returns on investment for architects, designers, builders, owners, and product manufacturers; as well as substantial cost savings for end-users.
But in our haste to protect the planet, conserve natural resources, and promote clean outdoor air, one critical piece of the green building puzzle— and, arguably, the most important—is often overlooked: indoor air quality. "The greatest irony of sustainable design and construction is that...
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