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Buildings Workspace 2016

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05/24/16 05:00 EDT - 05/24/18 05:00 EDT
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How can greenhouse gas emissions from the building sector be reduced?

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Expanding Inertia Dynamics as a Solution to Oil & Gas Development!Johnnie Buttram

1/20/17 Team only
Designed to eliminate open valve venting, increase products for extraction, and neutralize extreme pressures associated with earthquakes.

Accelerated transition to high efficiency light bulbsLFisher

1/5/17 Team only
High-efficiency lighting offers both a large impact (5.1 Mt CO2e in 2030) and relatively straightforward and feasible implementation.

Reduce usage of hot water for washing and cleaningJMYahoo

12/6/16 Team only
Simple proposal to reduce energy by using cold water for washing in restrooms

Buildings towns as pulse to even atmospheric pressuredeivisbluz

6/7/16 Anyone
Movement of Things in Buildings and towns creates waves that desturb atmospheric balance on the planet. Regulated ventilation restores it.