Emerald Blog

Exploring Scope 3 Emissions
03 March, 2022

Exploring Scope 3 Emissions

One man’s trash is another man’s treasure, goes the well-known saying. Since your company’s emissions add up in your customer’s Scope 3 inventory,...

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This Year's Emerald Gives Winner
25 January, 2022

This Year's Emerald Gives Winner

Annually, the Emerald team selects one U.S. non-profit organization to support in seeking a sustainable building certification. This program is...

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Are Electric Vehicles Sustainable?
20 January, 2022

Are Electric Vehicles Sustainable?

The market for electric vehicles (EVs) is growing worldwide. Auto manufacturers are adapting to the growing demand for sustainable vehicles. Among...

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Got Water? How Buildings Can Help with the Global Water Crisis
12 January, 2022

Got Water? How Buildings Can Help with the Global Water Crisis

As it stands, the Earth’s freshwater sources are shrinking. The UN projects that if trends continue, the world will face a 40% shortfall in water...

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Reimagining What It Means to Deep Six Construction Waste
06 January, 2022

Reimagining What It Means to Deep Six Construction Waste

According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, the construction industry was responsible for more than 600 million tons of debris in 2018....

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The Next Step in Carbon Reduction: Net Zero Waste
30 December, 2021

The Next Step in Carbon Reduction: Net Zero Waste

As of 2018, the United States produced the most waste in the world, weighing in at 5.6 pounds per capita daily, or over 1 ton annually. The scarier...

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The Push Towards Net Zero Manufacturing
12 November, 2021

The Push Towards Net Zero Manufacturing

As the calls for proactive action on climate change become increasingly louder, governments and people are noticing the environmental records of the...

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Mass Timber Misconceptions
13 October, 2021

Mass Timber Misconceptions

Intro CLE, currently the largest timber-frame building in the United States, is under construction in Cleveland, Ohio. This project is seeking LEED...

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Core Values Drive Results at Firelands Scientific
03 September, 2021

Core Values Drive Results at Firelands Scientific

We recently connected with Firelands Scientific, a Certified B Corporation and cutting-edge medical cannabis company located in nearby Huron, Ohio....

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