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Trivan: Neophodna Veća Posvećenost Zaštiti Životne Sredine

Dome zeleni dome (#HomeGreenHome) je slogan koji je ove godine obeležio svetsku akciju Nedelje zelene gradnje, kojoj se pridružila i Srbija. Završnoj manifestaciji održanoj u TC Ušće, u organizaciji Saveta zelene gradnje Srbije, prisustvovao je i Goran Trivan, ministar zaštite životne sredine, koji se pridružio učesnicima kampanje i uputio sopstvenu „zelenu“ inicijativu za narednu godinu, shodno ideji kampanje o menjanju našeg okruženja u skladu sa ekološkim potrebama i zahtevima savremenog čoveka.

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Biofilni "Dom Budućnosti" Koji Proizvodi Energiju Za Sebe

MAD Architects sa sedištem u Pekingu nedavno je završio prototip „doma budućnosti", paviljona nulte energije koji ima za cilj „brisanje“ linija između života unutar prostora i izvan njega.

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Romania-Insider.com is looking for fair-play real estate projects: nominations open for Romania Insider Awards

Romania-Insider.com, the most read English – language online publication dedicated to Romania, will reward the Fair Play Real Estate Project of the Year during the Romania Insider Awards, for which nominations can be made online here, until August 31, 2018. Eligible real estate projects completed or sold in 2017 or 2018, both offices and residential, commercial, industrial or mixed, are eligible for this award category. Developers, owners or their agencies can apply with greenfield projects, renovations and reconversions. The selection and judging criteria will focus on the proven commercial success of the project either through sale or rental / tenants, innovation in design and construction, green building principles, quality of space and respect for community and neighborhood. Romania Insider Awards will reward game changers who do business ethically, promote sustainable and correct models, inspire, innovate and contribute to Romania’s promotion abroad. The selection process is transparent and ethical. In their mission to discover those who build #PositiveRomania, the organizers were joined by 21 top managers from big companies and business organizations in Romania. They are part of the Jury and the Board of Advisors, which will filter out nominations in a two-step voting process. Winners in the 8 categories will be awarded during the Romania Insider Awards Gala on October 16, 2018, at the InterContinental Hotel in Bucharest. Save your seat for the Awards Gala! Europa Property readers get 10% off on tickets using the code: EP10. Nominations are open until end-August 2018 online for the following categories: Best Innovation Award, Best Start-up Award, Employer of the Year Award, Fair-Play Real Estate Project Award, Most Scalable Social Responsibility Project Award, Best Promotion for Romania Abroad Award, Best Rural Development Project Award. For the first time during an awards event, young employees under 30 will have the opportunity to nominate and vote projects, companies and people they think are valuable to the Romania society. They will do so for the Young Generation’s Award for Contribution to Romanian Society. “Now more than ever, we need positive models. There are many companies, projects and people who play by the rule, change things for the better, innovate, get involved in the society. We can all draw inspiration from them. We will spread the word about them in Romania and throughout the world via our readers. I believe these prizes, and especially the one given by the young generation, will show us the right path for the society ,” said Corina Chirileasa, Founder of Romania-Insider.com and Managing Partner of City Compass Media, the event organizers. Jury & Board of Advisors The Romania Insider Awards Jury, 2018 edition, is made of 7 members: Sebastien Delen – General Manager, Ubisoft; Manuela Banu – CEO, Orkla Foods România; Richard Sentkar – Manager Romania, BNP Paribas Group; Aurelia Luca – Managing Director, Skanska Romania; Robert Maxim – Founding Partner, Ensight Management Consulting; Ioana Enache – General Manager, Amway Romania, Bulgaria & Grecia; Gustavo Navarro – Managing Director, CRH Romania The Board of Advisors is made of 14 members representing the most important chambers of commerce and business organizations in Romania: Anca Harasim – Executive Director, American Chamber of Commerce in Romania (AmCham); Adriana Record – Executive Director, French Chamber of Commerce in Romania (CCIFER); Charlie Crocker – Chief Executive, British Romanian Chamber of Commerce in Romania (BRCC); Sebastien Metz – General Director, Romanian-German Chamber of Commerce (AHK); Maurits Dohmen – Executive Director, Netherlands Romanian Chamber of Commerce (NRCC); Walter Friedl – President, Austrian Business Club; Sotiris Chatzidakis – Founder & Executive Vice – President, CEO Clubs & Next Gen; Osnat Peled – President, Business Women Forum Romania (BWFR); Claudiu Vrinceanu - Founder, Start-Up Bridge & VP Connections; Razvan Pascu - Entrepreneur & Marketing Consultant; Alain Schotds - Executive Director, Belgian Romanian Chamber of Commerce; Corina Chirileasa – Founder & Shareholder of Romania-Insider.com & Managing Partner of City Compass Media; Sandra Jitianu – Project Manager, Romania Insider Awards; Volker Moser – Business Developer & Shareholder of Romania-Insider.com & Co-founder City Compass Group; Andrei Chirileasa, Editor-in-Chief & Partner, Romania-Insider.com. The nomination & selection policy can be read here. Confirmed partners Main Partner – CRH Romania; Award Sponsors – Banca Transilvania, CRH Romania, Up Romania, Bayer Romania. Platinum Partners - Cegeka, Bitcoin Romania. Gold Partners – Grecu & Asociații, Alesonor, Bucuresti Mall; Lea Groupe. Partners – InterContinental Hotel, TELUS International Europe, DSBU Deutsche Schule Bukarest. Supporters – American Chamber of Commerce in Romania (AmCham), Austrian Business Club, British Romanian Chamber of Commerce in Romania BRCC, CEO Clubs & Next Gen, French Chamber of Commerce in Romania (CCIFER), Romanian-German Chamber of Commerce (AHK), Netherlands Romanian Chamber of Commerce (NRCC), Begian Romanian Chamber of Commerce (BEROBA), Business Women Forum Romania (BWFR), SmartDreamers, Nomenius, REC, Entrepreneurship Academy, Maastricht School of Management Romania, Romania Business Leaders, Start-up Bridge, PQB Communication Designers, Travel Communication Romania. Confirmed media partners: Wall-Street, IQads, Birouinfo.ro, EuropaProperty.com, Le Petit Journal de Bucarest, Stiinta si Tehnica, CSR Romania, Innovation Labs, Romania Pozitiva. For more info about the event, check Romania-Insider.com/Awards or email [email protected] Launched in 2010, Romania-Insider.com is the most read English – language online publication dedicated to Romania, with over 260,000 unique readers a month, Romanians and foreigners from all over the world. The website is read by business people, entrepreneurs, multinational managers in Romania and the region, journalists from renowned international publications, investment funds, ratings agencies, European institutions, among other. Contact: Irina Chirileasa, Media & Marketing Executive, [email protected]  

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Triple-Glazed ‘Super Window’ Builds on Decades of Government Research

Researchers at Lawrence Berkeley National Lab have developed a more efficient drop-in replacement for the ubiquitous double-glazed window.

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Interview of Filippo Rean, director of the real estate division of Reed MIDEM - MIPIM and MAPIC markets.

With his expertise, he speaks to us about his vision of PropTech and enlightens us on the trends to follow.

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5 Trends Helping Drive Smart Building Adoption

The opportunity for smart buildings is clear. But for many firms, harnessing it requires a better understanding of real estate trends.

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Green and healthy buildings are an integral part of green cities

Cities are at the heart of modern living. It is estimated that by 2050 more than two-thirds of the world’s population will live in cities, suggesting an unprecedented wave of urban growth. Smart and green cities hold the key to a sustainable and low-carbon future. With modern technology, energy-neutral buildings are possible. These buildings are better for our planet, reduce the global water footprint, minimize waste and significantly increase recycling. Most important, these buildings contribute to better cities for people, with better urban spaces and more efficient transportation. More than 30 percent of the global greenhouse gas emissions emitted by cities are generated by buildings alone, according to National Geographic. As a microcosm for modern living, buildings are not only the physical building blocks of a city, but the places where most urbanites spend their time. To fulfill U.N. Sustainable Development Goals 7 and 11 and to create greener and more sustainable cities — resilient against emerging socioeconomic and environmental pressures — we vitally need green and healthy buildings. What does it mean to build a green and healthy building? There is no one definition of what constitutes a green and healthy building (PDF), but overall these buildings — in their design, construction and operation — reduce or eliminate negative impacts on the environment, improve public health for building occupants and may even require less upkeep due to greater durability and energy efficiency. Support for sustainable buildings and sustainable cities is growing. As the demand for more sustainable building options increases, green and healthy building construction is becoming increasingly profitable and desirable within the global construction market. Copper has been identified as a choice material shown to contribute to reducing the carbon footprints of green and healthy commercial buildings. With certifications such as LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design), BPI (Building Performance Institute), BREEAM (Building Research Establishment Environmental Assessment Method), NGBS (National Green Building Standard) and many more, those involved in the construction and renovation of buildings have a plethora of available guidelines and existing, proven technologies to ensure their buildings are both green and healthy. How copper can LEED the way As sustainable construction has become more mainstream, copper has been identified as a choice material (PDF) shown to contribute to reducing the carbon footprints of green and healthy commercial buildings and providing healthier environments for people. Copper applications in green and healthy buildings are nearly endless, with 128 possible uses — from basic electricity, heating and cooling needs to high-performance HVAC systems to enabling state-of-the-art building automation, rooftop solar panels and EV charging stations — contributing to the requirements for attaining accreditation by LEED, ASHRAE and WELL. Choosing copper has an immensely positive impact on energy efficiency, indoor air quality, water quality and total cost of ownership. Rise of the resilient material Given growing concerns over climate change, it is important to think carefully about the materials used and what long-term effects they will have on people and the environment. A recent study found that of all the plastic made since 1950, only 9 percent has been recycled. On the other hand, it is estimated that two-thirds of the copper produced since 1900 is still in productive use today (Glöser, 2013) due to its long life cycle and efficient recyclability. An estimated two-thirds of the copper produced since 1900 is still in productive use today due to its long life cycle and efficient recyclability.  Durable materials such as copper, which have a lifespan of 50 years or more in typical building construction projects, can play an important role in determining the longevity of our structures and cities. Because it is a resilient material with a long lifespan, the higher initial costs for copper are offset by the operational life of the building. Additionally, it is 100 percent recyclable — in fact, at least 80 percent of the copper in many copper-containing building products already has been recycled at least once. Copper is the long-term choice not only because of how it can support the buildings constructed today, but also because of how it will live on well after the life of a given building. Cities of the future Investing in sustainable-building materials may be the most effective way cities themselves can become more resilient and safe places for residents to live and work. To create the green cities of the future, city planners, architects, building owners and operators should invest in durable and sustainable materials, which will help create the greener buildings critical for maintaining urban life as we know it. Copper is a proven, robust material that will be central to creating the buildings of the future.  

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PRAGUE PROPERTY FORUM 2018: Digital Transformation Reshaping the World of Real Estate

Prague Property Forum 2018, a conference organised for professionals in real estate and development, is going to take place on Tuesday 29th May 2018 in Prague, at the Corinthia hotel. This year´s central topic at Prague Property Forum will be the digital transformation effectively changing the real estate market. The event, which will be held for the second time in Prague, is organised by Property Forum in close cooperation with RICS . The conference has attracted highly respected speakers from the Czech as well as European property markets, some of them being present in Prague for the first time.

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