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Since the first method for evaluating building sustainability, in 1975, till today, more than six hundred methods have been developed. Now we are converging on one standard.Read
Why do Autocase's climate scenario graphs have wiggles?
The Canada Infrastructure Bank should give us projects for the people and the planet as well as profit.
Autocase allows for unit conversions of inputs - on the fly.
As we rush towards possibly environmentally damaging projects or other get-someone-rich-quick schemes we need to make sure we are doing so with our eyes wide open. Cost Benefit Analysis reduces all dimensions of a decision – people, planet, profits – to one: net welfare. Are we, as a group, better off? This well-established and standardized approach needs to be used much more to guide us in our project and policy decisions. CBA values society’s best interests, the public interest.
Two big trends will dominate the future for architects, engineers, and planners.
Autocase hosted over 50 of Toronto's resilience and sustainability experts at Evergreen Brick Works for a day of conversation on high performance and resilient buildings and sites.
It's Climate Week and buildings are among the “culprits” associated with the production of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.
New in Autocase - the ability to bundle your building designs into portfolios.
One of questions we at Autocase get most frequently is “where does that number come from?” Here’s how to drill-down into the results.