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GHG Emissions  -  April 24, 2024 - By Diana Lee, IMT

10 Years of Green Lease Leaders: Looking at the Past and Present

Over the past 10 years, Green Lease Leaders has evolved to encourage continued green leasing best practice enhancement and encompass a wider range of property types around the world.  In this column from IMT's Diana Lee, we celebrate the program's milestone anniversary and its role in strengthening relationships between landlords and tenants in service of advancing asset-level decarbonization and sustainability initiatives,

GHG Emissions  -  March 9, 2024

Weekend Reads: Making Sense of the New SEC Rule; Solar Shakespeare

It's the weekend! Kick back and catch up with these must-read articles from around the web.

Regulation  -  March 6, 2024

SEC Adopts Rules to Standardize Climate-Related Disclosures

The Securities and Exchange Commission adopted rules to enhance and standardize climate-related disclosures by public companies and in public offerings.

GHG Emissions  -  March 2, 2024

Weekend Reads: The Energy Permitting Conundrum; Satellites Track Methane

It's the weekend! Kick back and catch up with these must-read articles from around the web.

GHG Emissions  -  March 1, 2024

EPA to Decarbonize Ports

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced the launch of the $3 billion Clean Ports Program to fund zero-emission port equipment and infrastructure.

GHG Emissions  -  February 27, 2024

FAA Sets Rule to Reduce Carbon Pollution

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) released a final rule to reduce carbon pollution emitted by most large airplanes flying in U.S. airspace.

Energy Efficiency  -  February 26, 2024 - By Cherylyn Kelley, IMT

Energy Codes Forecast 2024: Money, Politics, and a New Model Code

It’s gearing up to be another banner year for energy codes across the U.S. The Institute for Market Transformation's (IMT) Cherylyn Kelley covers recent developments and where energy codes may go next.

GHG Emissions  -  February 5, 2024

Case Study: Federal Aviation Administration —Oklahoma City, OK

The Mike Monroney Aeronautical Center (MMAC) in Oklahoma City is a Federal Aviation Administration facility that hosts over 6,300 employees with an annual operating budget of over $1 billion — and the first U.S. Department of Transportation facility to officially establish an energy management system and become 50001 Ready under the U.S. Department of Energy's program to promote sustained energy and GHG savings. Read this case study from Better Buildings for key takeaways from the program's success.

GHG Emissions  -  January 31, 2024

Deadline Extended for Net Zero Forum Spring

The deadline for applications for energy customers to attend Net Zero Forum Spring has been extended to Friday, February 2. A limited number of grants are still available to cover all travel, accommodations, and conference costs for qualified energy customers, providing full access to the forum’s pre-scheduled supplier meetings, educational sessions, and networking events.

GHG Emissions  -  January 24, 2024 - By Amy Boyce, Marla Thalheimer, and Marshall Duer-Balkind, IMT

A Federal Definition of Net Zero Emissions Buildings

Real estate actors, certifiers, advocates, and policymakers are increasingly using the term “net zero emissions building.” But, what precisely makes a building net zero emissions? As the U.S. Department of Energy looks for input, this column from IMT (Institute for Market Transformation) explores what you need to know about the proposed definition - and what is missing.
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